How To Layer Leather On Leather Just Like Kendall Jenner

Let's get real: Kendall Jenner is the best Kardashian. Uh, Jenner.

Don't get me wrong. The entire Kardashian clan can bring it sartorially. But, Kendall? She's in a league all her own.

KJ is the only Kardashian I've seen who actually looks “off duty” when she's off duty.

Sorry, Kim, but no one is buying your uniform of bodycon dresses and Giuseppe Zanotti heels while taking North to ballet class.

Seriously, that girl wears leather like it's cotton. She pairs leather jackets with leather pants, leather kicks and a leather backpack to top the whole thing off.

Naturally, it looks flawless, because it's Kendall. There's a reason they pay her to walk down runways wearing clothes.

Not sure how to unleash your inner Catwoman? Read on.

Rule 1: Play with textures.

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Just because you're going heavy on the leather doesn't mean other fabrics can't come out to play.

Rely on a biker style wool jacket with leather sleeves to complement the cropped leather skinnies.

Mix the style up with some leopard-print loafers. Don't forget those sunglasses and a signature ponytail, either.

Rule 2: Jumpsuits are your friend.

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Jumpsuits are a lazy girl's dream. They eliminate the need to worry about matching.

Leather jumpsuits are even better. They are sexy without being over-the-top. Just try one on and you'll see what I mean.

Pair yours with a cropped tank (I personally like to mix my leather with lace) and pumps.

Leather backpack not optional.

Rule 3: Dress it down.

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Leather has the natural tendency to look a little overdone. Dress down even the sexiest of outfits, namely a leather midi and leather crop, with a pair of cool kicks.

Consider yourself part of the Gigi-Hailey-Kendall trifecta now.