#MyStyle: denim and leather – a match made in heaven

I’ve written a post on sugarmamma.tv on the 1o ways to wear a chambray shirt, and it inspired me to share my favourite way to wear it – with leather, specifically black leather.

Both denim and black leather have an edgy, rock and roll vibe to them and when worn together gives off a bit of an “I don’t give a damn” attitude.

What I do give a damn about though is making sure that leather doesn’t get stained/ruined/grubby from running around after the kiddos or being smeared with an unidentifiable substance, and as much as I love the look of real leather I chose to wear faux leather or “pleather” in this outfit. Faux leather actually looks pretty good these days – not as plasticky as it used to look –  and is a fantastic option for fashionable vegans. It’s also a fabulous option for stylish mummas as it is incredibly easy to clean (a good wipe and elbow grease usually does the trick).

Perhaps the black leather appeals to me because I do love a bit of rock and roll – my parents always had The Beatles and Roy Orbison playing on the stereo (as well as Abba, but you’ll never see me wearing flares) – and there isn’t a Foo Fighters song I don’t like. The length and A-line shape of the skirt however keep it from looking too rock and roll-y, and while I would love to wear it with these Jeffrey Campbell boots I kept it simple and feminine with a pair of leopard print flats.

how to wear a chambray shirt

how to wear a chambray shirt

how to wear a chambray shirt

 

What’s your favourite way to wear the chambray shirt? Let me know in the comments below! And make sure you check out the sugarmamma.tv site to read about the other ways to wear it!

Shirt: Esprit (similar)
Skirt: thrifted Staple the Label (similar)
Shoes: Office (similar)
Hat: Forever New (similar)
Bag: bought from garage sale (the original)
📷 by my bemused husband

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This post is part of the What I Wore linkup with Cappuccino and Fashion.

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