The biker pants street style: My Secondhand find
I wanted to have such a pair of pants forever. Such a really hard, heavy genuine leather pants with a cool detail along the leg – so about was in any case my idea and that is exactly what I found then. I think it’s rare enough to find exactly what you’re looking for – especially when you’re on second hand / vintage. And because the pants were such a jackpot, it fits me perfectly. The cool buckles can be opened completely, so I can play around in the future.
Mostly I look for something like this on Vinted (German: “Kleiderkreisel“), because there – in my opinion – the best surprises there. Or rather digital digest. My biker pants was once worn as a real biker protective wear, but failed with my own “biker” deployment but quite hard. I was riding a bicycle and did not get on the bike, and secondly, I could barely move my knees enough to move forward. Okay, maybe the pants are more for other bikers.
Rough and feminine style mix: Sporty, tough, delicate
The Nike T-shirt, which I wear to the biker pants street style, is also second hand and was extended by the man of my mum to me – I love it! But with the biker pants and the black and white plateau boots from River Island, the look was still too hard and rough for me, so I wear very feminine, delicate jewelry. This makes the whole outfit look much more high-quality. You can wear such jewelry to pretty much anything to make the overall look more elegant.
The right accessories make the difference between fashion and flea market!
Even though rhinestones were never my thing, I’m all over the earring collection by Fossil, which fit behind the ear. I have already three pieces: With jags, simple and as a circle. For this look, I’ve combined the simple pair with rivets from Calvin Klein and the Glitz Disc Chain (also from Fossil). You can get each of the pieces via Christ*.
In friendly cooperation with Christ.