The 80s were on point with its styles, and they continually get recycled throughout future decades’ fashions. One of the best was leggings. They are worn to work out in, to be comfortable/casual in, to dance in, to lounge in, etc. Leggings are totally rad, and no one in her right mind can deny that. Today, we wear leggings made out of materials that contain look and feel, like corduroy, spandex, and this article’s focus, faux leather.
While there are many great things about leggings, one of the things that stand out is its flexibility and easy-match with other articles of clothing, accessories, and shoes. Leggings go great with flats, heels, sneakers, etc. Faux leather is usually a bit thicker than say, latex. But that just makes them a fun item to wear in the colder seasons.
The exteriors, colors, patterns, and stretch ability are wide in range, too. Some even come with belt loops in them or are a bit shorter than ankle length. Faux leather can be casual but professional, too. Leggings are not exactly the choice of clothing for an office meeting. But with the right material, it could definitely come off as so, probably best worn with appropriate heels.
Jeans have adopted a “skinnier” side, and leggings have, too. The faux leather really works well as being a tighter, sleeker fabric. Adding a big top or sweater along with the leggings would help bring out the effect of “thinner.” It’s just a cute ensemble to begin with, among the other infinite amount of possibilities.