Olivia Culpo knows the makings of a winning street-style ensemble, pulling off even the boldest of pieces with ease. What's more, she never fails to offer up some sort of style lesson in the process. The model has already proved the power of a red shoe, found the ultimate winter-to-spring cropped turtleneck, and now, she's demonstrated exactly how to wear leather this season — and you're going to want to follow her lead ASAP.
Almost all of Culpo's latest outfits have incorporated some buttery, leather element. From a more subtle approach to a super-bold one, The Zoe Report breaks down three Olivia Culpo-approved ways to wear leather in 2019, below.
Leather isn't always the easiest to wear, but Culpo found the most foolproof way to incorporate the grungy material into your outfits: accessories. On Feb. 11, she was photographed outside of the Alice + Olivia show, sporting billowy, purple pants and a coordinating turtleneck.
Culpo broke up the monochrome getup (and added a touch of cool-girl charm) with a pair of Saint Laurent leather boots and a Dior Saddle bag that she carried in hand. Although simple, the addition of the buttery, black accoutrements makes such a difference.
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Elevated Leather Jacket
Trade in your boxy leather jacket for one with a longer, more streamlined silhouette, much like Culpo did on Feb. 13. Here, the model was seen out and about during New York Fashion week, donning quite the complex getup — but the one piece you won't be able to get off your mind? Her light-brown, longline leather coat with side slits and large, front pockets. It's simple and polished, but still manages to add a rugged touch to her look.
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On Feb. 12, the model was snapped at the Stuart Weitzman party in New York City wearing what is easily one of her boldest leather looks of 2019. Her getup consisted of a light-beige leather dress, which she teamed with brown-hued accessories, including a pair of Stuart Weitzman pumps, a Gabriela Hearst handbag, and a belt. By sticking to just a few tones (read: beige and brown), Culpo ensured the all-leather look still felt streamlined.