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How to Style the Perfect Leather Skirt

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How to Style the Perfect Leather Skirt

I’ve always wanted a leather skirt, but I could never find one I truly liked.

During Aritzia’s sale several weeks ago, I finally found the perfect leather skirt! Here’s how I styled it for winter.

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How to style a leather skirt | tips on styling a leather miniskirt | fall and winter outfit ideas and style inspiration | Diary of a Toronto Girl, a Canadian lifestyle blog

Here’s a funny story: the skirt actually has buttons along the front, but it twisted around my body while I was taking photos because it was too big for me… Unfortunately, Aritzia doesn’t allow returns or exchanges on sale items. I still love it, but I’ll probably have to wear thicker tops and tuck them into the skirt to make it fit properly. Honestly I think it looks totally fine reversed – it means you can wear it two different ways!

How to style a leather skirt | tips on styling a leather miniskirt | fall and winter outfit ideas and style inspiration | Diary of a Toronto Girl, a Canadian lifestyle blog
How to style a leather skirt | tips on styling a leather miniskirt | fall and winter outfit ideas and style inspiration | Diary of a Toronto Girl, a Canadian lifestyle blog

Bodysuit: Guess | Skirt: Aritzia (similar here) | Boots: Michael Kors (similar here) | Scarf: Aritzia (similar here)

I picked up this blanket scarf during the Aritzia sale as well, and I’m obsessed with the colour and print. I bought a forest green one last year that I loved, but I threw it in the wash a few times and it shrunk to the size of a small pillow. To be honest, I don’t really know how to wear blanket scarves so I usually just throw them on and hope for the best.

I absolutely love leather pieces for the fall/winter season, and I’m so happy I finally found myself the perfect leather skirt!


P.S. if you liked this post, you might like this post on how to wear all black without looking emo.

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Jessica Lam | Toronto lifestyle, fashion, beauty, and travel blogger | Diary of a Toronto Girl, a Canadian lifestyle blog


Photos by Adam G.

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