Hey beautiful people! It’s been awhile! I hope all of you and your families are safe during this time. Prayers go out to you all.
If you’ve been keeping up with me on social media then you may have seen that I recently launched a home fitness store, Elite Lux Home Fitness! I don’t know about you but quarantine has changed so much in my life including my fitness routine and lifestyle. Although gyms are finally opening again I’ve found that I’ve become accustomed to working out at home. I find it much more comfortable being in the comfort of my own home. On top of that, I’ve been saving a lot more money since I stopped paying for my gym membership. I have received a great deal of support since first launching Elite Lux Home Fitness and I could not be more grateful!
If you are also working out at home feel free to check out my site!
From street wear to luxury fashion, leather is used quite frequently in the fashion industry. I am sure you have noticed this yourself but have you ever thought about why that is?
Leather is used for both fashion and utility purposes. It is frequently used in the fashion industry for shoes, handbags, jackets, and accessories. Last month during my trip in Italy I bought my first Moschino purse… which was made of leather of course. This is common with luxury handbags being that leather provides superior quality and high fashionable products.
Although leather is used worldwide it is particularly popular in the western half of the world. This would make sense being that it tends to be cooler in these countries. Leather products are great for keeping warmth and style at the same time!
Leather is also well known for the rebellious attitude it gives. This trend first became popular in the 1940’s with the black motorcycle jacket and has stuck ever since. Thank you Hollywood! Leather also has many advantages such as durability, protection against water, and protection against wind. This is also another large reason leather is still frequently used.
However, leather is not only appropriate for fashion but also for home goods (e.g. furniture) and even interiors of cars. The discovery of leather has highly impacted the fashion industry as well as the home décor and car industry. It is essential worldwide and is not too likely to lose its admiration anytime soon.