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Marcus Kirby
by Published on September 12, 2019

Sure, fall hasn’t technically started yet, but if you’ve learned anything about fashion girls through reading Who What Wear, then you know they started wearing their favorite autumn-ready trends and pieces the second Labor Day Weekend passed. One item, in particular, has already garnered quite the fan base both at Copenhagen Fashion Week and more recently at New York Fashion Week: the leather (and faux-leather) dress. With everything from flats to heels to boots, our favorite street style stars wore leather dresses in every way imaginable, and the inspo is enough to make you want to invest in one ASAP.

Luckily, no matter what your budget is, you can because we designed one in two colors for our Who What Wear collection, out now. Not only is it cool-looking and flattering thanks to little details such as buttons and a tie waist, but it also comes in at less than $50 and is available in a range of sizes, so it’s truly for everyone. To see some of our favorite leather-dress outfits of the past few weeks and then, of course, shop ours, just keep scrolling.

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Up next: 27 fall bags you won't believe are under $150.

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