BCBGMAXAZRIA’s Fall Faux-Suede Is Animal Friendly

These new faux-suede leggings and mini skirts are designed by BCBGMAXAZRIA to mimic the comfort and fit of calfskin.

BCBGMAXAZRIA’s faux-suede dresses, jackets, shoes and belts are a guilt free way to indulge in the buttery smoothness of suede. The latest versions come in leggings and mini skirts perfect for the festival season. Think steampunk gypsy or bohemian muse.

Remember you can click on each image to learn more about the product, including size and shipping information.

Zippered Faux-Suede Legging

The Moris Faux-Suede Legging comes in Mocha and Alpine (dark green). The zipper embellishments add texture that makes the hips look wider, which is ideal for narrow body frames. Pair them with a lacy top and a floppy hat and you have a music festival outfit.

BCBGMAXAZRIA Moris Faux-Suede Legging ($158)

Plain Faux-Suede Legging

The Mason Faux-Suede Legging has a simpler appearance more flattering on full figured women. It comes in Light Stone. The leggings match the Faux-Suede Fringe Belt in Cognac or Black. Or wear them with fringe sandals and feather accessories.

BCBGMAXAZRIA Mason Faux-Suede Legging (On sale for $99)

A-Line Faux-Suede Mini Skirt

If you prefer a skirt the Kahli A-Line Mini Skirt is classic rock n’ roll but in a digital age. The top-to-bottom zipper is tempting to all who behold it. And the super soft faux-suede provides eye popping contrast to flowing see through blouses and platform clogs.

BCBGMAXAZRIA Kahli A-Line Mini Skirt ($158)

These styles are available at BCBGMAXAZRIA. Click on the image to learn more about each garment from the designer. Right now the online boutique is offering 50% off Factory Styles so you might be able to score some of the older faux-suede pieces in your size.

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Elizabeth de Moya has contributed to DJ Mag, DJ TechTools, LA Weekly and Thump (Vice). She has a BA in Linguistics from UC Berkeley.