Leather in small doses
Sunday 5 December 2010, 10:11 am
Filed under: - Jo, Desirables, DIY, Off the Racks | Tags: , , , ,

There are leather pants, leather leggings, leather t-shirts, leather dresses – we’ve almost seen all the possible leather clothing derivatives thanks in part to the 80’s, Topshop, and Celine.

However I’m quite convinced that we needn’t be suffocating our pores (especially here in Singapore – do you suffer for fashion?) when we try to work leather into our outfits.

Small leather bits like these look so good, and work so well with just about… everything! Here is a leather and coconut necklace by Norwegian Wood, where you can channel tribal without looking like Pocahontas, and below, sleeker and simpler (also cheaper!) geometric alternatives by Super Duper Things.

Actually, I’ve already snapped these two babies up before you did! They are called Arrows and Rhombus. But if you like you can take this bunting necklace and have a party round your neck.

Just in time for Christmas!

Picture credits to here and here.


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The bunting necklace is adorubs, and so DIYable!

Comment by Larissa

exactly! but i already bought mine hehe. i don’t know where to get leather scraps like that.

Comment by wottoncool

these are beautiful! you could always try a leather cuff/bracelet thingo.
i wore a leather skirt on a 30 degree day. it was hell.

Comment by adreamer

Those necklaces are adorable, I wouldn’t say no to them as gift for Christmas 🙂

Comment by Anna Pope

me too! that’s why i already got myself two 😛 the ones from louloudo are really affordable!

Comment by wottoncool

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