Trendy leather vibes with caramel on top (literally)? You can have it! And even better is: With this outfit you follow
the principle of two birds with one stone
(Let’s not discuss the etymology of those words and moralic mindset of those people, who invented this saying).
On the one hand, that is, because
leather is the trend material of the season right now
(fake leather is even better, because there’s an huge fake hype at the moment – has to do with sustainability – but that’s another topic).
On the other hand, that is, because
the colour of this top – a warm caramel –
is a typical autumn colour.
Dress to impress:
Leather & warm caramel
The combination of black leather and caramel-coloured cotton
is warm, trendy and cool.
On this very warm autumn day, I needed no jacket, so I just wore the black leather trousers,
the caramel-coloured top
with an asymmetric cut and
a high-neck fit
and black leather (again) ankle boots with a block heel.
I added a braided black leather (it won’t end, it is trend haha) belt and a black suede (I am sorry by now) choker
with a bow and golden details.
I adore this one.
To complete the look, I chose a black leather (no comments anymore) shopping bag, that shares its pattern with the block heel from my ankle boot.
To add some sparkle to the outfit, I wore my golden watch from Karl Lagerfeld.
Perfect for the teint
The good thing of autumn colours such as this caramel one is, that they underline your teint in a very positive way.
Your skin seems quite tanned, although it isn’t anymore.
(We all lose our tan, when the cold season knocks on our door – unfortunately.) That is great, because who doesn’t want to be tanned or at least look like that? Indeed noone. Because you really look fresh and healthier with tan on your skin (At least in my case it is like that).
So with colours like caramel or mustard yellow
your teint brightens up and gets a darker tone,
which let’s you appear healthier and fitter!
How do you like my look?
Autumn colours – yay or nay?
Do you agree, that tan makes you look healthier and fitter?