Four Faux Leather Leggings and Over the Knee Boot Outfits

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I love the combination of my faux leather leggings and over the knee boots and I put together four autumn outfits with the pair. As someone who is petite (5’3) I feel like the combo makes me look taller, elongating my legs. Plus it’s also a touch edgy and sexy, something I feel gets harder to accomplish as I get into my forties.

My faux leather leggings are from the brand BP at Nordstrom and I purchased them at the NSale summer 2020. They are no longer available but these similar iconNordstrom brand ones are highly rated as well.

My over the knee boots are from Anthropologie. I waited patiently for them to go on sale 😉 They are also available at Nordstrom. iconMine are the warm gray suede color.

First up, with an oversized black sweater. I like the boot/legging combo sticking with the same color as the legging; only a little legging showing to keep it appropriate for running around with the kids.

Free People sweater (as similar icon as I can find), Coach bag (as similar icon as can find and wait for a sale)

This is a perfect combo to add in a denim top and a touch of florals with accessories, for me in the bag.

Top from Anthropologie a long time ago! A good denim top can last years. Bag is Rebecca Minkoff icon from a few years ago. Love this one.

Next up, a flannel top, keeping in the same color family and adding a contrasting texture to the faux leather.

Flannel is Rails from Nordstrom Rack, long gone but I love the colors of this one

Lastly, a work look. I wanted to add in a feminine touch and did that with the bow blouse. Added in a pop of color with the tote.

Blouse (exact one) icon and blazer (similar) from Nordstrom, bag from Amazon

Happy autumn!

Visiting Broadway!

Seeing Hamilton on Broadway had been a bucket list item for me for years and I finally got to go! It was everything I wanted it to be and more. There’s nothing like a Broadway show to help you forget about life and jump into an amazing story with all your heart.

Wouldn’t you know my 13 year-old fractured her foot the day before the show. Boo. Sadly we had to change our plans last minute and skip a few things we would have done had she been able to walk normally. Visiting the Times Square area in a cast/boot and crutches is not a good idea, trust me, it was hard for us to get around. We only had to walk two blocks and it felt like ten. We made the most of it though!

Hamilton was well worth all of it 🙂

Having lunch at Carmine’s had been part of our original plan and we’ll have to take a rain check on that. We ended up grabbing a slice of pizza at the restaurant across the street from the Richard Rogers Theatre and it was surprisingly great.

We parked two blocks from the theatre, but on the opposite side of Times Square. I can confirm it’s still nutty there, lol. I saw a person walking around in a bra and underwear like it was just a normal thing to do on a Saturday.

This was my youngest’s first time at a Broadway show, how lucky is she that Hamilton was her first show!?

Have you been to Broadway?