How to Style Leggings in the Fall: Suede Striped

How to Style Leggings for the Fall
Photography by: Jd Winters

A girl can never go wrong with a pair of leggings. They are a definite essential item that every girl, woman must own in their wardrobe. They are super easy to style and come in handy for those lazy days when you cant think of a bangin’ outfit to throw together. These leggings in particular caught my eye on a regular stroll through JCPenny.

How to Style Leggings for the Fall

How to Style Leggings for the Fall

I normally buy the normal run of the mill leggings around this time of year, like basic black, leopard, faux leather etc. So these were a pretty interesting addition to add to my wardrobe. I couldn’t get over how chic they were with this suede tuxedo stripe down the sides. I caught them on sale for $24.99 and I was ecstatic to be able to feature these on my blog. I decided to keep this outfit pretty basic and focus on the detail of the individual pieces. The suede was the focus for the leggings and for this black , chiffon peasant style blouse, the crochet trimmed cut outs down the arm stole the show. I chose to wear my black mesh booties that I wear all through the year and this over-sized cow hide clutch that I finally decided to purchase after lusting over it for quite some time.Tell me what you guys think. Until then…”Grab your Garb!”

How to Style Leggings for the Fall

Style Tip of the Day
Leggings are about the easiest piece of clothing to style. You should definitely invest in a couple pairs of these, that are of good quality. You’ll be able to wear them multiple times.

Her Guiltless Garb
Top & Leggings: JCPenny / Booties: Shoedazzle (old) / Clutch: lovecortnie (over-sized by request)

How to Style Leggings for the Fall

How to Style Leggings for the Fall

 

How to Style Leggings for the Fall

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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