Lock down, dress up

Lock down, dress up

Lock down, dress up

25th February 2021

Don’t let your sartorial standards slip just because you can’t get out as much. You can still put style at the heart of your indoor wardrobe with our pick of lockdown leather.

Leather cargo trouser

These cargo pants, in super-soft black leather, could be the most comfortable trousers we’ve come across. The legs taper to deep cuffs and the drawstring waist, complete with gold toggles, means you can wear them high or low. And when you finally get the chance of a night out, you can dress them up with a blazer.

From meandem.com


Whistles leather shirt dress

This deep burgundy leather dress is soft enough to lounge around in when teamed with trainers, and stylish enough to match with boots. The A-line skirt falling to midi length extends the classic shirt silhouette which is broken beautifully by the knotted belt. This is a smart casual classic that will last for years.

From www.whistles.com


Marks and Spencer leather mule slippers

Slippers have played a much more prominent role in most people’s lives over the last year, so it’s pretty important you get a decent pair. And where else would you go for the ultimate indoor shoe than good old M&S? These leather mules will look nice and smart with ‘working from home’ clothes without sacrificing any of the comfort you would expect from a slipper.

From www.marksandspencer.com


Birkenstock sandals

These classic Birkenstocks will never go out of fashion – a good job considering how long they will last. Try the faded khaki in soft, supple suede for a slightly updated version of the style staple. Perfect for wearing around the home, and ready for use as outdoor sandals when we are released into the warm weather.

From www.birkenstock.com


British Belt Company men’s belt

The leather used for this beauty is full grain vegetable tanned so you can see it in all its natural glory. Indoors or out, you’ll always need to keep your trousers up! This belt will do the job for years to come and you can even personalise it with a monogram of up to four letters.

From www.thebritishbeltcompany.co.uk