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A definite must have for the winter is leather, whether it be in the form of a shearling, a biker jacket, leggings or a skirt.

Carven Leather Jacket $1890

Tap this season’s trend for’70s style in Carven’s burnt-orange leather jacket. The super supple leather will add that look of vintage cool.

Anthroplogie draped shearling jacket $368

With an oversized collar and tons of stitch seams, this shearling makes a dramatic addition to your winter wardrobe. Add chunky knits and Jeans. A perfect combination.

Leather (and suede) is just so versatile. Dress up or dress down. One of my favourite pieces this season is the skirt. Whether, sleek and sexy, slim and tailored, or short and sassy.

Michael Michael Kors chain detail leather skirt $300

A sleek black leather skirt is a contemporary classic, so work the look with a twist for fall in Michael by Michael Kors’ chain-trimmed style. Pair with a silk blouse or textured knitwear.

Boden Leather or Suede Mini $264

A timeless mini that’s
pieced together from panels of buttery leather or silky suede. Add a shirt, blouse or knitwear.

Madewell leather belltoll mini skirt $298

Ruby cardigan Alexa Chung for Madewell $158

ASOS Chunky Knit $89.85

ASOS jumper with bead embellishment $116.81

Chinti & Parker Block Coloured Cashmere Sweater $440

ASOS Wheels & Dollbaby Lace Peekaboo Cardigan $242.60

Helmut Lang Alpaca & Wool sweater $275

Rag & Bone Baxter Leather Trimmed Wool Sweater $395

Talbots Chantilly Lace Top $119

Boots or shoes, heels or flats? The choice is yours!

Kelsi Dagger Huette Boot $134.99

Nicholas Kirkwood Lace/Lace up Sandal

Christian Louboutin Suede Miss Clichy Platform Pump.

A little bit of bling?

Badgley Mischka, Humbie Glitter Pump. These ritzy open-toe glitter heels have a hidden platform and covered stiletto heel. In Gold or Smoke $200.

What is your favourite piece? Have you a little piece of leather in your closet? Share with me your vintage finds.

I remember my first leather and suede patchwork skirt in my late teens, from Chelsea Girl – alas neither of which have survived – memories!