Shop Drew Barrymore’s Holiday Gift Ideas From Small Businesses

Drew Barrymore is encouraging everyone to shop small this holiday season. The actress’ talk show, The Drew Barrymore Show, is sharing Drew’s Little Book of Small Businesses Gift Guide — filled with the star’s handpicked holiday gift recommendations from small businesses from across the country. 

The show has curated the list from suggestions sent to Barrymore’s Instagram, which resulted in over 70,000 submissions. The gift guide features a great range of small businesses from Wichita-based pottery company Del Norte Studio to Boston’s first Black-owned bookstore Frugal Bookstore. Check back on Barrymore’s gift list as more small businesses will be added throughout the holidays.

Be sure to also check out ET Style’s expansive gift guides, such as gifts under $50, home devices, stocking stuffers, fashion favorites, gifts for teens, gifts for men, candles, pajama sets and more. Holiday shipping deadlines are fast approaching, so ensure your gifts arrive on time by reviewing important cutoff dates and delivery options. 

Ahead, shop gifts from small businesses featured on Drew’s Little Book of Small Businesses Gift Guide. 

Del Norte Studio

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Del Norte Studio

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Mexican artist Armando Minjarez’s Del Norte Studio is based in Wichita, Kansas. The studio creates handcrafted, one-of-a-kind ceramic designs such as bowls, mugs, vases, plates and tumblers, “exploring design concepts within the context of public and domestic space,” according to their website.

$45 at Del Norte Studio

Iyanla Vanzant

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Frugal Bookstore, operated by couple Clarissa and Leonard Egerton, is the first Black-owned bookstore in Boston. The bookstore promotes literacy among children, teens and adults in their community. Ninety-eight percent of their books are authored by people of color, featuring a range of genres in fiction, non-fiction and children’s books. 


$15.29 at Frugal Bookstore

Estelle Colored Glass

Estelle Cake Stand in Blush Pink

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Estelle Cake Stand in Blush Pink

Estelle Colored Glass

>Estelle Colored Glass

Based in Charleston, South Carolina, Estelle Colored Glass creates stunning hand-blown colored glass cake stands and stemware. Named after founder Stephanie Summerson Hall’s grandmother who loved antiques, Estelle Colored Glass combines vintage style and modern sophistication in each piece. 

$225 at Estelle Colored Glass

Queen Bee Jelly

Queen Bee Jelly

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Queen Bee Jelly

>Queen Bee Jelly

Queen Bee Jelly is an online fabric boutique in Washington, D.C., offering beautiful Ankara fabric, also known as African wax fabric, in striking vibrant patterns and colors. The brand also has a collection of beautiful trims, pins, brooches, lace and mud cloth. 


$1 per yard at Queen Bee Jelly

Keller Works

Keller Works Elliott's Care Set (Raw)

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Keller Works

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Founded by Krystn Keller in Mobile, Alabama, Keller Works makes skin and body products for sensitive skin that’s formulated with natural ingredients, free of irritants and allergens. This set includes Elliott’s Body Butter, Elliott’s Salve and Elliott’s Oatmeal Soap — named

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Where to shop for Christmas gifts and more this holiday season

After a tumultuous year, the holiday season is finally upon us.

Whether you’re buying for a child, spouse or best friend, we’ve created a list of locally made items and places to visit. Check it out.

Clothing and Jewelry

Bittersweet Ivy Boutique sells woman’s clothing, jewelry, shoes and more ranging from $6 to $119. Receive 10% off your first online order and free shipping on purchases of $40 or more. 6990 Main St., 469-475-8001,

Blue Door Boutique sells jewelry, home décor, candles, furniture, wall art, special-ordered tennis racquets, tennis accessories and more. Lake Tennis Academy, 4000 Legacy Drive, 214-705-7701,

Dancing Starfish Designs sells handmade leather earrings, customer design earrings, spirit wear earrings and more.

Tumbleweed Texstyles sells Texas-based items, including clothing, hats, drinkware and more. The website has a “soon-to-retire” section with various sale items, ranging from $14 to $20. 7511 Main St., Suite A120,

Spirit Sprinkles is an online woman’s spirit wear store. The store is currently offering 12 Days of Christmas deals with a different deal each day and free shipping on purchases of $49 or more.

Cookie Society of Frisco is owned by Jeff and Marissa Allen.

Food and drink

Cookie Society’s holiday gift crate was featured on Oprah’s list of favorite things in 2020. The crate comes with a dozen cookies for $55. 9320 Dallas Parkway, Suite 160, 214-618-0651,

Huckle Bee Farms of Celina offers raw unfiltered honey infused with various fruits and vegetables. 724-747-7855,

Poparella’s Gourmet Popcorn & Treats sells more than 60 flavors of popcorn, candies, fudge and candied nuts. A regular three-cup bag of popcorn ranges from $3.09 to $8.59, depending on the flavor. The large Holiday Wood Panel Wagon can contain up to three flavors of popcorn for $12.69. 8873 Coleman Blvd., 214-705-9666,

Game Day Style founder Brittany Cobb models a jacket for a photo at her shop across from The Star in Frisco.

Home goods

Heart’s Desire is a widely stocked gift shop with clothing and jewelry, Yeti cups, stationery, home décor, soaps, candles, seasonal decorations and more. 4760 Preston Road, Suite 200, 972-335-1800,

The Sample House and Candle House has thousands of scented candles, home décor items, pet accessories and more. 3231 Preston Road, Suite 6, 972-668-6208,

Storied Roots sells furniture, statuary and home décor made of natural rattan, wood and stone. 7227 Main St., 400, 972-266-2479,

The newest Tiff's Treats is located at 1070 South Preston Road in Prosper.

The Community Grill is a casual dining restaurant with various dishes. 2525 Main St., Suite 400, 214-494-4548.

Didi’s Downtown serves a range of food, including the grilled Atlantic salmon salad and chicken noodle soup. 7210 Main St., 469-888-4020.

Eight11 is a locally owned wine bar with a food menu of shareables, soups and salads, artisan pizzas and more. 7080 Main St., 469-888-4037.

J. Theodore Restaurant and Bar is the former Bonnie Ruth’s. It serve breakfast, lunch, dinner and brunch dishes — and has dozens of martinis on its bar menu. Next door is a secret speakeasy, owned by the same couple. 6959 Lebanon Road, Suite 110, 214-705-7775.

At Luminova Holidays, a new festival at Globe Life Field in Arlington, visitors can skate on a 10,000-square-foot outdoor ice rink.


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3rd restaurant opens in Mount Pleasant center this year; Charleston clothing shop to open | Business

A Florida-based restaurant chain now offers two locations in the Charleston area and is the third new dining venue to set up shop in a Mount Pleasant shopping center this year. 

Maple Street Biscuit Co. opened Tuesday at 996 Queensborough Blvd. in the Publix-anchored Queensborough Shopping Center near U.S. Highway 17 and Anna Knapp Boulevard. It follows Paisano’s Pizza Grill, which opened earlier this year, and Groucho’s Deli, which opened in the fall.

Maple Street’s specialties include freshly made biscuits, never-frozen chicken and newly ground beans every day for fresh coffee. Full-plate offerings are on the menu as well.

Owned by Sandy Powers, it’s open 7 a.m.-2 p.m. each day. Richard Starling will oversee the new location.

Record holiday spending projected from more disposable income due to pandemic

Maple Street previously opened is at 1739 Maybank Highway in the Harris Teeter-anchored James Island Center.

Jacksonville-based Maple Street has 41 restaurants in seven Southern states, including two Upstate locations in Simpsonville and Greenville.

Portal on St. Philip St.

Tina Heath-Schuttenberg will open a new vintage clothing shop called Portal at 189 St. Philip St. on the Charleston peninsula on Dec. 10. Warren L. Wise/Staff

Vintage threads

A new vintage women’s apparel shop is opening in downtown Charleston.

Portal will offer pre-owned threads in a 1,023-square-foot shop at 189 St. Philip St. 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday and noon-5 p.m. Sunday. It’s scheduled to open Dec. 10.

Tina Heath-Schuttenberg, co-owner of James Island restaurants Kwei Fei and Micho, said she has been walking past the site for the past five years and dreaming of opening her own clothing store.

“I come from a retail background with my history spent as a buyer and merchandiser for a quirky mix of high/low brands (such as) Buffalo Exchange, Zac Posen, The Plaza Hotel and Dean & Deluca,” she said.

Eyewear shops, handbag vendor, rebranded grocer offer new retail venues in Charleston area

During the past few years, she and her husband and business partner David Schuttenberg worked to create the two restaurants at Charleston Pour House on Maybank Highway, which she said kept her busy.

“The stars finally aligned, and I’m making the move back to my first love of retail,” Heath-Schuttenberg said.

Portal, she said, will be a buy-sell-trade-rental concept for vintage threads. She also plans to include contemporary brands. With an all-inclusive size range, she says clothing styles from edgy to demure will come in “an odd mix” that will be offered at an “affordable luxury price point.”

The shop also plans to offer curbside pick-up service and appointments for those who might need a safer shopping experience during the pandemic. All selling and trading will be done by appointment.

SAS Shoes

SAS Shoes recently reopened on Sam Rittenberg Blvd. in West Ashley. It closed earlier this year when the former owners retired. Warren L. Wise/Staff

Stepping back in

A shoe store that closed earlier this year in West Ashley is now open again.

SAS Shoes can be found at 1755 Sam Rittenberg Blvd., at the same address it occupied previously.

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Shop These Cool Asian-Owned Clothing Brands, and You’ll Be the Most Stylish Person

There are an endless amount of clothing brands out there to shop from, but if you’re tired of fast fashion and want to give some love to other labels, check out these amazing Asian-owned ones. And yes, we’re aware that the word “Asian” can lump together vastly different countries and cultures, so we included a mix of brands that are Chinese-, Japanese-, Nepalese-, Vietnamese-, Taiwanese-, Indian-, and Pakistani-owned (and more!), so you can see the variety of all these amazingly cool designers and their creations. From colorful knitwear to luxe silks, there’s something here for everyone. Also, some designer brands are more established while others on this list are relatively new and up-and-coming, but all of them warrant your attention for their unique and downright stunning designs. Keep scrolling below for 28 Asian-owned clothing—and accessory!—brands that you’ll want to start shopping at immediately.

If you want to continue to show your support to BIPOC-owned brands, especially for the upcoming holiday gift-giving season, click the links to check out these Black-owned brands, Indian fashion designers, and Latina-owned businesses. Now go forth and browse through all these awesome labels!

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28 Asian-Owned Clothing Brands to Shop in 2020

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There are an endless amount of clothing brands out there to shop from, but if you’re tired of fast fashion and want to give some love to other labels, check out these amazing Asian-owned ones. And yes, we’re aware that the word “Asian” can lump together vastly different countries and cultures, so we included a mix of brands that are Chinese-, Japanese-, Nepalese-, Vietnamese-, Taiwanese-, Indian-, and Pakistani-owned (and more!), so you can see the variety of all these amazingly cool designers and their creations. From colorful knitwear to luxe silks, there’s something here for everyone. Also, some designer brands are more established while others on this list are relatively new and up-and-coming, but all of them warrant your attention for their unique and downright stunning designs. Keep scrolling below for 28 Asian-owned clothing—and accessory!—brands that you’ll want to start shopping at immediately.

If you want to continue to show your support to BIPOC-owned brands, especially for the upcoming holiday gift-giving season, click the links to check out these Black-owned brands, Indian fashion designers, and Latina-owned businesses. Now go forth and browse through all these awesome labels!

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YanYan Knits

Your wardrobe will be so colorful and cozy thanks to this brand founded by former Rag & Bone knitwear director Phyllis Chan and Hong Kong designer Suzzie Chung. The name “YanYan” means “everyone” in Cantonese, FYI.




Upgrade your accessory game with this bag brand by designer Jennifer Lyu. It features croc-embossed designs, structured tote bags, and chic crossbody styles; plus, it offers some super cute knit beanies, too.



Sandy Liang

Liang’s signature fleece outerwear is a covetable fall and winter staple, and she’s also done cool collabs with Vans and Spongebob Squarepants. The New York-native is definitely a designer that you’ll be seeing more of.




Japanese designer Hanako Maeda founded Adeam (her last name backwards!), and the line is inspired by both New York City and Tokyo since she constantly traveled back and forth between the two cities growing up. She recently collaborated with tennis star Naomi Osaka on a new collection.




Both Chinese and French, Joseph Altuzarra studied ballet for years before he got into the fashion industry. He founded his namesake label in 2008 and his pieces have a modern aesthetic that are chic and timeless.



Prabal Gurung

Born in Singapore and raised in Nepal, Prabal Gurung has so many romantic, dreamy pieces like this Cinderella-esque strapless dress. He founded the brand in 2009 and has dressed countless A-listers since, including Michelle Obama and Kate Middleton.



3.1 Phillip Lim

Created by founders Phillip Lim and Wen Zhou, the brand debuted in 2005 at New York Fashion Week and has since expanded into other categories like bags, shoes, and menswear.



Derek Lam

The Chinese-American designer was born in San Francisco and launched his namesake label in 2003. His alternate

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Best Cyber Monday Deals at Ulta Beauty to Shop Now

Ulta is offering Cyber Monday deals right now on makeup, skincare, hair products, tools and more, after days of savings over the Thanksgiving and Black Friday weekend. Two online-only deals we’re excited about: All Tarte products are 30% off and all Lancôme products are 25% off — today only.

No promo code is needed to score the other Ulta Cyber Monday deals on the biggest beauty brands, like Kylie Cosmetics, Essence, Juice Beauty and so many more. In addition to these beauty deals, Ulta is taking $10 off when you spend $50 on qualifying products with the online coupon code CYBERMON20. This is a great time to pick up gifts for the holidays including stocking stuffer and gift set options.

Check out more Cyber Monday sales and other discounts from our go-to retailers — as well as key details and promo codes. Stock up on budget-friendly items from Amazon’s Cyber Monday sale as well as major retailers like Coach, Kate Spade, Lululemon, Macy’s, Etsy, Walmart, Shopbop, Wayfair, Sephora, Target, Ulta, Kohl’s, Nordstrom Rack, Vitamix, Rebecca Minkoff and Tory Burch. 

Whether it’s for holiday gifts, birthday presents, gifts for teens, office gifts, stocking stuffers, secret Santa or any other special occasion, we rounded up a bunch of items at great prices. Whether you are shopping for that special someone, or scooping up Christmas presents for friends, family or a coworker, tons of great gift items are just a click away.

See all the discounts at the Ulta Beauty Cyber Monday sale, and check out ET Style’s top picks below.

Kylie Cosmetics

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Kylie Cosmetics

This 9-pan eyeshadow palette from Kylie Jenner’s Kylie Cosmetics is great for day and night looks.


$12 at Ulta


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Lancome Advanced Génifique Anti-Aging Face Serum



Get a stunning discount on the bestselling Lancome Advanced Génifique Anti-Aging Face Serum that helps improve radiance and firmness.


$39 at Ulta

Lip Gloss

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Lip Gloss

This chocolate-scented lip gloss from I Heart Revolution has a gorgeous creamy finish.


$4.20 at Ulta

Juice Beauty

Juice Beauty Stem Cellular Anti-Wrinkle Moisturizer

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Juice Beauty

Vegan and cruelty-free, this Juice Beauty moisturizer is formulated with a proprietary blend of fruit stem cells and vitamin C to hydrate and promote luminosity.


$42 at Ulta


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The SheaMoisture Coconut & Hibiscus Curl Enhancing Smoothie helps enhance curls, restore moisture, reduce frizz and add back shine.


$8.09 at Ulta


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Holiday Food & Wine Gift Guide With Shop With Style

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When it comes to holiday gift-giving, food and wine always seem to be just the right fit – especially for people who are difficult to shop for. If you’re looking for gift ideas to suit any taste, Lifestyle Expert Amy Sewell worked with several companies to put together some ideas.

First, Omaha Steaks always has fabulous gift packages for the holidays – and this year is no exception! Their Tasteful Gift assortment has four each of their bacon-wrapped filet mignons, top sirloins, boneless pork chops, boneless chicken breasts, Omaha Steaks, burgers, and jumbo franks. You even get individual scalloped potatoes for sides and these scrumptious caramel apple tartlets for dessert! This entire package is $179.99, and while you still have plenty of time to order for holiday delivery, go-ahead place your order now so you can take advantage of standard shipping and check it off your list. You can order this at – and if you are anywhere near their stores, you can pick up the same item there as well!

Winter may almost be here, but it’s still the perfect time to enjoy that delicious year-round favorite…ICE CREAM! eCreamery has the perfect gifts for those with a sweet tooth. Their Santa’s Sweet Treat Collection includes four pints of their hand-churned holiday ice cream flavors such as Chocolate Cake with BrownieBites & Fudge Swirls, Sea Salt Caramel Brownie, Vanilla with Toffee Crunch, and my personal favorite, White Chocolate Peppermint with Chocolate Flakes. It comes with a dozen freshly-baked cookies that are individually-wrapped with these cute holiday stickers. In addition to their holiday collections,eCreamery lets you customize your own ice cream flavors and labels for those cartons! All of their pints are packed and shipped in dry ice, so they arrive in great condition and ready to enjoy. The Santa’s Sweet Treat Collection is$74.99 plus shipping, and you can find more information at

Next, personalized gifts are always popular, and is Amy’s go-to place for that. They are a leading eCommerce provider of personalized products and offer thousands of items with a broad range of innovative options. For the holidays, Amy loves these gorgeous Christmas Plaid Wine Glasses. These come in three different sizes, such as a stemless glass, along with both red and white wine glasses. They also have beautiful colors – you can also choose from red, green, or a mixed plaid. They are festive for Christmas – but they are not specific to the holiday, so you can enjoy using them anytime! These glasses start at $11.99 each, and you can find them at

Finally, if you give wine glasses, you might want to give a little something to pour into them as well! White wine lovers will enjoy this Louis Jadot Chardonnay. It is a medium-bodied wine that pairs well with everything from fish and poultry to grilled vegetables. A versatile red wine for holiday gift-giving

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What Is Sustainable Fashion? Here’s How to Shop Responsibly

I used to think I was a conscious shopper. I wouldn’t allow myself to buy new clothing unless I donated old pieces in my closet. I would donate clothing, shoes, and jewelry to Goodwill or various other charity organizations, priding myself in not disposing to landfills. And I tried to shop each season versus shopping when there were sales or a hot trend to capitalize on. Although these are all good tactics to becoming a more ethical shopper, it wasn’t until the pandemic slowed down my calendar and need to travel that I took sustainability more seriously.

While sheltering-in-place, I’ve spent time cleaning out my closet and have been shocked at how much I’ve consumed, underutilized, and thrown away without so much of a thought. In efforts to do better and offset my carbon imprint, I began researching sustainable brands and practices. With so many brands claiming to be sustainable, this was quite a daunting task. But considering fashion is the second largest industry responsible for pollution, it’s a task worth taking.

If more people committed to creative ways of sourcing, prolonging, and recycling clothing, we could heal the planet. But, what does this look like? To help us decide how to determine what clothes we have (and want to purchase) are sustainable, we consulted a couple of experts: Cassandra Dittmer, sustainability stylist; Dalia MacPhee, celebrity fashion designer; Shona Quinn, social consciousness director of Eileen Fisher; and Melanie DiSalvo, founder of Virtue + Vice.

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124 Best Cyber Monday Clothing Deals 2020 to Shop Right Now

J.Crew: Take 50% off, plus an 10% off your entire purchase, with code CYBER (through 11/30)

Kappa: Save 30% off nearly everything sitewide, including sale items, with code KAPPA30 (11-25-12/1)

Keds: Enter CYBERSALE for 30% off full-priced items and 10% off sale items, plus free boot socks with every order (through 12/1)

K-Swiss: Get an additional 40% off sale styles, plus a free gift with purchase on all orders (limited time only)

Koio: Receive 10% of when you spend $250, 20% off when you spend $500, or 30% off when you spend $800 (11/27-11/30)

L.L.Bean: Get 15% off your order with code THANKS15 (through 12/1)

Lands’ End: Up to 60% off your order with code YAMS (through 12/1)

Le Club: 60% off sitewide with code HOLIDAY60 (11/20-11/30)

Lids: Take 30% off orders over $29 with code GAMEON (through 11/30)

LN-CC: Take an extra 20% off sale styles with code LNCC-BF-2020 (limited time only)

Lucky Brand: Take an extra 60% off sale styles and 50% off regular-priced items (limited time only)

Luisaviaroma: Get 40% off full-priced items with code BF40 (limited time only)

Macy’s: Huge deals on over 8,000 styles for men from Ralph Lauren, Levi’s, and more (limited time only)

Madewell: Take 40% off your purchase with code THXINTERNET (limited time only)

Mango: Get up to 50% off thousands of items and free shipping (through 11/30)

Mavi: 30% off sitewide (11/24-11/30)

Miansai: Enter CYBER2020 for 20% off sitewide, excluding fine jewelry (limited time only)

Michael Kors: Take 25% off full-priced styles (through 11/30)

Minnetonka: Get 25% off select best sellers plus free US shipping with code GIVECOZY (11/25-12/1)

Montblanc: Exclusive discounts on select watches, sunglasses, leather goods, and more (through 11/30)

Moosejaw: Get 50% back in Moosejaw Rewards with code CYBERTURKEY, plus big deals on Fjallraven, Arc’teryx, The North Face and more (through 11/30)

Myles Apparel: Up to 50% off sitewide (11/26-11/30)

N/A Socks: Use code 4+ at checkout for 20% off purchases of four pairs or more (limited time only)

Naadam: Up to 75% off select styles (limited time only)

Nautica: 50-70% off everything (through 12/2)

Neiman Marcus: Up to 75% off select styles (limited time only)

O.N.S. Clothing: Get up to 50% off plus free shipping on all U.S. orders with code CYBERONS (limited time only)

Paper Project: 30% off sitewide, plus free pressed flower card with purchase of a gift set or orders over $75 (11/24-12/1)

Private Policy: Enter THANKSGIVING25 for 25% off everything, excluding bags (11/26-12/1)

Psycho Bunny: Up to 50% select styles plus an extra 20% off with code EXTRA20 (11/30-12/1)

Raen Get 40-70% off select styles, plus a free gift (through 11/30)

Rag & Bone: Use code BLACKFRIDAY100 for 25% off, plus $100 off when you spend $350 (limited time only)

Ralph Lauren: Enjoy 40% off when you spend $125 or more (through 12/1)

Reebok: Use code CYBERMON at checkout for 30-50% off sitewide (limited time only)

Reiss: Get 30% off full-priced items at checkout (through 11/30)

Russell Athletic: 40% off sitewide (limited time

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How To Style Leather Pants, Plus 10 Cute Pairs To Shop Now

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I like to think I’m pretty well-versed when it comes to styling, but figuring out how to style leather pants was a tricky one. I’m a curvy, mid-sized gal whose size fluctuates pretty much every other day, and we all know that leather—even faux leather!—can often be a little unforgiving, and sometimes even unflattering. That said, as I’ve whittled down my closet over the past few years and created a wardrobe of quality basics, leather pants have become something of a staple for me, and I’m here to share my styling secrets.

I love how versatile leather pants are: They can be dressed up or down, they work well with lots of other fabrics, they offer a unique texture and (when you find the right pair!) they can be super flattering, so don’t rule them out if you try one pair that makes you look like Sandy from Grease’s understudy. Though I tend to dress pretty simply—I describe my personal style as minimalist chic, with an emphasis on elevated basics—I feel like leather pants make my very plain pieces have far more impact.

Incorporating leather into an outfit can make even the most monochrome, neutral look feel super luxe and sophisticated. It’s easy to mix and match my favorite blouses, bodysuits, and outerwear on top of them, and putting on a pair of leather pants makes me feel like I can strut down the sidewalk Cheetah Girls-style (Except, not in the Barcelona heat, because I’d probably pass out from sweating).

My collection of leather pants has become quite large, so I’ve been able to play around with styling them to figure out the best ways to make the most of this closet staple. (My boyfriend has even asked me to please, please stop buying more leather pants, because we live in LA and I can only wear them a couple months out of the year. My unhealthy shopping habit says No, but I digress.)

Below, take a look at some outfit inspo for how to style leather pants in a few cute, uncomplicated ways.

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Monochrome Magic

TBH, I have no idea where I would wear this outfit, but that doesn’t stop me from loving it. I really like that these Get Choosy pants aren’t as traditionally slim-fitting as lots of other leather options. The cargo pockets and semi-safari vibes make these a little more casualand, in my opinion, a lot more versatile.

I played with volume by pairing them with an oversized blazer and skin-tight top. I’m a huge fan of mixing neutrals, so finishing off the look with some Yeezy shoes that match the pants perfectly really tied

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