How much leather is too much leather?

I recently went to a friend’s birthday party in my leather suit. Fabric shirt and tie, but the suit was all leather.

I say this because recently I’ve been sent some leather shirts. Three to be precise. Now if I were to wear the leather suit, shirt, tie, gloves, hat etc – would this be too much leather? I’d be interested to know your thoughts… Would you wear total leather out and about?

Author: Kris

Bassist. Cat servant. Everything is better shiny.

4 thoughts on “How much leather is too much leather?”

  1. I can understand your question – but also think there is no definitive yes or no answer. It depends on the outfit and your attitude. I personally like the full attention to both style and fetish, however that’s expressed. If you like the look of a leather suit with fabric shirt and tie, then that reflects your fashion style and is perfectly appropriate. On the other hand, if you prefer the look and feel of all leather, but refrain because you think it might be too much for others or the occasion, then that would be restricting your true style and desire, which would be a miss! Let your true nature show and wear with passion what you like best. Take Peter Marino as an example/muse, he wears what full leather he likes whatever the occasion, and his signature style shows through, which I love! https://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/architect-peter-marino-article

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  2. You can never have to much leather on. Especially when all goes well. I enjoy wearing a whole lot. I say keep wearing all the leather you want especially if it looks and feels good to you. ☺️

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  3. I wear total leather out. I have 9 full leather suits in different colors and a gold leather “Kris Shirt”. I wear them every chance I can. I have a white full leather suit I am going to wear to a doctor’s appointment today and a reddish tan outfit to “bear night’ at a nightclub tonight LEATHER ON!!!

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