One thing about real leather is that it is rarely cheap. So you want to buy a pair that is flattering and can be re-worn often in various situations.
The soft supple leather is usually the best option, as it feels warm and is always practical, but whether you opt for tight trousers or a high-waisted, looser design largely depends on your confidence and your body shape.
These days anyone and everyone wear what they like.
Looser Leather Trousers
Given that this is a year where we’re all prioritising comfort, I would err on the side of a wide-legged style
Me driving and reviewing Aston Martin DB11 driving in leather trainer trousers. Super comfortable, loose and warm.
My last question Was how on earth I wash them?
The answer seems to be, you don’t, as dry cleaning bills for leather can be as high as £80 a pop.
“For spot stains, use a warm damp cloth, and dab. “Don’t rub the stain or use cleaning products this can damage the leather.
Prevention is best, so waterproof regularly and uses leather creams to nourish and maintain.”
To be honest I never do.
Life is short wearing them to death is the key. Even if you are mowing the lawns. I also own a legging pair which are super comfy. My favourite leather legging brand is Uterque. Bought them for years.
I opt always for the leather tan colour to match autumn and nature.
High Heel Trainers
I wear leather trousers at the moment with any kind of trainer. As for my matching sock style, I opt for the latest sock-style from London Sock Company.