Celebrities are loving the leather, and to get a little more specific, leather sleeves. Add them to a sherling jacket, and suddenly you are uptown edgy. Leather sleeves on a classic wrap dress? It’s Diane von Furstenberg done in a whole new way. Whether you add them to tweed or a trench, a tee or military jacket, leather sleeves are this season’s must-have detail. Get your fix and channel your inner celebrity with this collection of leather-sleeved pieces:
1. Mason by Michelle Mason Contrast Sleeve Dress ($363)
Beautiful Bordeaux. This fine red wine-colored dress kicks it up a notch with complementary leather sleeves. Jersey v-neck wrap front dress with gathered side. Pair with pumps for office or evening.
2. Maison Scotch Military Style Cotton Jacket with Leather Sleeves ($317)
Bella’s military jacket meets celebrity chic. This military coat gets its groove on with black leather sleeves. Cotton jacket in deep taupe with a slim fit and classic collar.
3. 3.1 Phillip Lim Shearling and Leather Varsity Jacket ($1450)
Too cool for school. A throwback varsity jacket gets its game back with a black shearling body and beige leather sleeves. Wear this sporty, sexy piece day to night.
4. 3.1 Phillip Lim Tweed Top with Leather Sleeves ($750)
Even tweed takes a turn. Zip up this crew neck for impeccable style. Wear for work with a pencil skirt or play with your favorite pair of denim…this top rocks the scene with sass. Tweed front with contrasting sleeves and trim.
5. Dover Trench Coat with Leather Sleeves ($695)
Fun at the office. A classic double-breasted trench goes trendy with black leather sleeves. Subtly sexy, this coat is meant for your inner IT girl. Removable self-belt. Kick pleat at back and buckled straps at cuffs.
6. Elizabeth and James Kurt Tee with Leather Sleeves ($164)
Basic meets high class! Just a touch of leather goes a long way this Fall, even if it’s on your most casual piece. Delicious chocolate brown sleeves complement this basic brown scoop neck to perfection. Pair with skinnies or stillettos, this top works in so many ways!