Wearing: Raiine Copenhagen Leather Track Pants c/o Raiine Copenhagen, Zara Trenchcoat (old but find similar here, here, and here), Acne Studios Adriana Sneakers, Zara Turtleneck (shop alternatives here and here), Céline Sunglasses c/o SmartBuyGlasses, and a J.W. Anderson Bag
If there’s a piece that has played a role in definining my style and which has become pretty much a solid staple in my wardrobe during the past years, it is leather track pants. I’d go as far as saying that they’ve become a part of my go-to winter uniform.
I know what you’re thinking: How to wear leather track pants? They seem like a pretty tricky piece to style, let alone be a go-to staple in one’s closet. However, I assure you this is the most versatile piece you can invest in, because you can style them in so many ways: from girly to tomboy, from elegant to casual.
Evidence of how versatile leather track pants are, is the fact that my old leather Mango track pants expired a while back, since I wore them so many times during the past years, that they tore apart. That’s why when Raiine Copenhagen offfered me these buttery soft leather pants that will surely last me much longer than my old Mango did, I was beyond overjoyed.
During the next weeks, I’ll be showing you guys how to wear this kind of bottom. However, right now I have a few tips up my sleeve on how to wear leather track pants that will convince you to get a pair ASAP:
How about you? How would you wear leather track pants? Wishing you all a beautiful Sunday. x
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