Weekend Shopping: Leather Skirts

From flounce to pencil, buttery brown to basic black—we've found leather skirts to suit every style.

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Alexa Chung


The pocket is a genius touch, giving off a relaxed vibe that says, "Leather is my casual wear."
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An original take on all the '70s-inspired, button-up jean skirts that are so big right now.
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Short and zippered, this skirt is one best saved for (surely to be epic) Friday nights.
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This buttery soft camel number belongs in your closet this instant.
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The cute tulip shape and cool rumpled texture make this option ideal for work.
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The flounce silhouette is perhaps the sweetest thing to happen to leather in ages.
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A nipped-in waist and body-skimming shape looks amazing with this season's ladylike blouses and capes.
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The side panels offer an unexpected dose of texture—this one's great for those who want to dabble in the trend but aren't ready to commit full-on.
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A sexy, body-conscious number in fall's all-star color with amazingly flattering piping down the front.
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The paperbag waist and pleated finish add an elegant, sophisticated touch.
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This brilliant military green option looks fantastic with a white T-shirt and chunky jewelry.
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A total classic that can go a million different ways, depending on your mood.

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