Outfit | Leather Trench + Snake Boots

8. November 2018

leather trench coat outfit

Wearing: Vintage Leather Trench Coat (shop similar here, here, here, and here), Mango Snake Print Boots (similar), Mango Mini Bag (from last season, but similar herehere, and here), Mango Earrings (similar), and Asos Sunglasses (similar)

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My secret on how to wear a leather trench coat without giving Matrix vibes? It’s as simple as adding snake print to the equation.


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Adding a fun print, like these snake overknees, is the best way to avoid looking like you came out of the Matrix if you are wearing all black or a lot of leather. It creates contrast and prevents the outfit from looking too ‘black’. Not that I have a problem with wearing a lot of leather or too much black, but we do want to avoid looking like movie characters or walking clichés, because Halloween is over.

Another way to add some depth and contrast to an outfit consisting of a lot of leather is by mixing textures, like, for instance, angora or by simply adding a white piece to the equation (e.g. white boots).

How about you? Are you into this outfit combination? How would you wear a leather trench?


BTW, if you are looking for other ways to wear your leather trench coat without giving major Neo vibes, check out this post.

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