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When we think of someone rocking leather-on-leather, it usually conjures up imagery of big burly tattooed bikers in motorcycle gangs. Yet as adorable actress Becca Tobin demonstrates, wearing leather separates together can actually be quite überchic.
See, here's the thing. Leather-on-leather looks great if...
...The top has a peplum. That extra bit of flowy fabric skirted around Becca's midsection breaks her outfit up a bit and makes it much more feminine. (Plus, peplums flatter every woman's figure anyway. Fact. Seriously.)
...You have a hot little bod. Becca's outfit clings to her curvy shape, giving it that oft-sought after second-skin (but not too, too tight) look.
...You pare down the accessories. The all-over leather fabric is an accessory in and of itself; anything more than cranberry lipstick, a stack of gold bangles, and a pair of metallic pumps would certainly be overkill.