Leather Love Affair: Day Off Uniform

There’s something about having a day off that compels me to dress like an an absolute, complete, 100% bum. Instead of succumbing to the pressure and lazily throwing on activewear, (which is apparently the only acceptable form of loungewear a self-respecting adult may be seen outside in, while still somehow managing to look like a more productive, healthy, and energetic human being than the rest of us) I opted for jeans and a tee shirt. Throw on a leather jacket (faux, if you please), a statement necklace, and a simple sexy heeled sandal and you’re ready to hit the town and tackle all your errands in style. 

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Jacket: Forever 21, Street Chic Moto Jacket, available at Forever 21, $15.00 (Can you believe it?! Crazy, I know.)

T-Shirt: Leslie Fremar for Fruit of the Loom Tee, available at Bloomingdales, on sale for $12.00

Necklace: Zara ‘Stones and Diamante’ Necklace, available at Zara, $39.90

Pants: Topshop Moto ‘Joni’ High Waisted Skinny Jeans, available at Nordstrom, $65.00

Shoes: Jeffrey Campbell ‘Foxtrot’ Sandal, available at Nordstrom, $109.95

Tell me, dear reader… what’s your day-off uniform? Are you one of those people who prances around in activewear with your perfectly toned arms making me feel like a piece of lard? Or do you have a fun way to spice up your go-to jeans and tee shirt ensemble? Please share in the comments below!

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2 Comments on Leather Love Affair: Day Off Uniform

  1. Kate Bonzer
    February 5, 2014 at 7:09 pm (6 years ago)

    You are gorgeous, that outfit is perfection and oh did I mention you are perfect down to your impeccable manicure. Love, love love this and you. -Kate

  2. Roni A.
    February 15, 2014 at 6:12 am (6 years ago)

    You are a stunner. Wow! I check every day for a new posting from The Style Riot! Your blogs are smart, funny & so relevant. Thanks, Katie!


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