My favorite spring trend of 2020 is the colored leather trend. I’ve been on the hunt to find all of the colorful leather pieces available in plus. Unfortunately, there aren’t many plus size options. However, I’ve found a couple. There are two pieces that I’m quite smitten with and can’t wait to wear them again.
While I do own a few faux leather pieces in black, colorful leather seemed like it would be a refreshing addition to my wardrobe. Its a bit frustrating that we aren’t seeing many options in plus. When I set out to shop for some chic colored leather pieces, the first place I hit up was Eloquii. Then I found another sassy piece from Nordstrom Rack by an indie designer brand.
Below I’m sharing how I styled both pieces and why they make the perfect addition to my spring wardrobe.
Styling the Colored Leather Trend
As I mentioned earlier, the first piece I found was from Eloquii. They had a beautiful cognac colored faux leather trench dress. Last year during the fall I bought the black version and wore it for a fall collaboration (Seen HERE).
So when I saw the cognac color, I immediately ordered it. I knew it was going to be an essential transitional piece. Plus, its just a chic dress that can be worn numerous ways. Since the color is a rich orange brown, I wanted to pair it with neutrals and gold when I wore it. I slipped on a pair of Dior Ja’Dior slingbacks in nude. I found a structured tote bag in a camel color from Amazon.
The second fantastic colored leather piece I found was a blue faux wrap skirt from Maree Pour Toi. It fits perfect and the color is beautiful. For this skirt I opted for a white button down shirt with puff shoulders and gold buttons. I tucked it in and added a pair of nude ankle strap pumps. Along with a yellow tote.
What I love most about this skirt is the color and the versatile ways I can style it. Although I kept it simple and sleek with a white button down, I could easily pair this with a statement t-shirt or even a blazer.
Are you into the colored leather trend? You can checkout more spring 2020 trends HERE.