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3 ways to wear leather trousers

Leather-trouser looks for every event in your calendar, from work to weekends and everything in-between. Discover fresh ways to wear the trend with Autograph


How to wear leather trousers for work

Upgrade your workwear with these Autograph leather trousers. Made from buttery-soft, responsibly sourced leather (M&S leather products support sustainable manufacturing via the Leather Working Group), they are a comfy choice for ticking off your to-do list.

A chic silk blouse completes the outfit, whether you’re working remotely at a local café or nailing a presentation in the office. Add suede ankle boots for on-the-go days and a belted wool coat to take the look from desk to dinner.

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How to wear leather trousers for the evening

It’s time to get reacquainted with going ‘out-out’, even if we’re not quite ready to party like it’s 2019 (yet). Leather trouser outfits are a sleek after-hours option – just add a silk T-shirt and an eye-catching jacket to signal the start of the festive season.

Complete the outfit with a pair of dressy pointed flats for a modern take on vertiginous party shoes. Choose a pair with Insolia technology to keep you dancing all night.

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How to wear leather trousers for the weekend

Want to style a leather trouser outfit and beat winter-wardrobe fatigue? Add vibrant colour, starting with this cobalt blue cable-knit jumper. Wear it with high-waisted leather trousers and chunky Chelsea boots for an effortlessly uplifting outfit that works just as well for a walk in the park as it does for brunch with friends.

Think double leather isn’t for you? Think again. Surprisingly, this cream hooded jacket (coming soon) is crafted from smooth, supple leather, making it a discreetly luxe everyday piece. Pair with leather trousers for a sleek look that defies convention. But don’t sleep on it – this innovative design is tipped to fly off the rails.


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Words: Dulcie Emerson