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Fashionista NOW: Slouchy Black Leather Pants Fashion Inspiration

Leather pants in black are a staple to own. This year’s slouchy and relaxed version of the classic leather pant trend sees styles like the jogger and boyfriend fit pant silhouettes fast becoming a favorite among the fashion-forward.

Goodbye skinny, hello sporty track

Leg-fitting skinny-fit leather trousers have their place in the wardrobes of contemporary fashion lovers, but who’d say no to a relaxed fit option that offers our legs a little breather while still trapping some heat in.

How to choose the right slouchy leather pants for your body type?

When picking up a pair of leather bottoms of the slouchy sort, consider your body type and proportions. On too frail and thin a frame, choose a loose fitting type that adheres tastefully to your legs, instead of hanging off of them.

Too slouchy, or too much of a drop crotch (in the case of the harem), the higher the risk of appearing like you’ve been swallowed up by your pants.

Curvy ladies will find the relaxed versions of leather pants a blessing as they allow room to breathe; something leather skinnies just won’t do when they have the tendency to highlight parts of our legs that we’d rather keep in the background.

With leather pants of the relaxed fit styling, you can play up the androgynous men-inspired fashion elements in your wardrobe. For those with a penchant for a boyish type of clothing style, a pair of sporty leather jogger pants is worth an investment.

Wonder how to wear slouchy black leather pants without turning into a complete slouch, as always, kindly cast your attention to the lookbooks below:

baggy leather pants in black – H&M

black leather boyfriend style pants – Holystone

baggy leather trousers – H&M

loose leather pants – Romwe

black leather track pants – Mango

leather harem trousers – Romwe

Do you like any of the looks above? How would you choose to wear your baggy leather pants? Share your thoughts below, it’s totally FREE!

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