pull on leather leggings

Kendall Jenner was spotted yet in another outfit at Mastro’s in Beverly Hills, California. This time she chose to wear a pair of black leather jeggings from J Brand paired with a black oversized sweater with fashionably uber-long sleeves.

She added a splash of red to her otherwise all black outfit, wearing a pair of Nike Air Jordan Sneakers with red details. To complete her outfit, she carried a black Hermes Birkin Bag, and accessorized with a Frasier Sterling Heart of Glass Choker and Sonix Lodi sunglasses.

A great outfit, Kendall, and thank you for not showing any assets or belly buttons this time!

Kendall’s leather jeggings are the J Brand Edita – they are actually pull up leggings and are in a matte, textured kind of leather. This finish is really super rad and different form all those shiny leather pants we have been seeing around.

You can purchase them at Nordstrom for $948. But if you don’t want to max out your CC after all that Christmas shopping, you can buy a very similar faux leather pair, with the same kind of finishing, from 7 for All Mankind for $199. I have a pair of these, and let me tell you, they are the softest, coziest feel ever, and they also neither bag nor get out of shape. This I can vouch for!

black leather jeggings

4 COMMENTS

  1. Ditto to this statement you wrote:

    A great outfit, Kendall, and thank you for not showing any assets or belly buttons this time!

  2. I like the 7FAM jeans. 7FAM usually doesn’t fit me but I will go and try these on.
    The outfit, minus the slaughterhouse product is very good.

  3. PS thank you for your durability comment. I would like to see a blog that talks honestly about durability, fit, stretch, recovery, range of motion for skinny jeans. The details dont matter much if the jeans don’t last or flatter. One look at passers by will tell you that most people get their skinny jeans wrong. Denim as girdle, love handles, floppy seat, too small, too tight in upper seat, small high far apart pockets, wrong cut for body type (one cut of skinny cannot fit all body types and stretch will not change that) etc.

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