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Leopard Is a Neutral

Now that I work from home, I’ve been opting for casual jeans and white tees while I work. (Of course, for external meetings it’s a different story!)
So while I’ve been rather casual during the day, I like the option of being a little bit more dressed up to grab dinner with friends… without putting much effort into it. (Honestly, I’m exhausted by 8pm and have to have a personal rally to get up and ready in time for dinner reservations!)
Ever since watching this video of Jenna Lyons, I’ve taken a cue from her and started incorporating more leopard into my looks. Just touches of it, here and there. I love how it looks with little black dresses and it’s the simplest way to add a little pop! 
I like leopard details, but I think shoes are the easiest and most versatile to style with all kinds of outfits.
Do you like leopard touches?

xoxo
PS When in doubt, they also make great bookends.

15 Comments

Jackie {York Avenue}

I totally agree! A touch of leopard is a great easy way to look interesting in an effortless way. Leopard flats are my favorite. I have a really old pair that's still in good shape and I wear them constantly-I dread the day I need to replace them. Love that Jenna Lyons quote too, she's the best.

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Radiant Make Up

It's like a stab in the heart every time I see those heels – the calf hair chunky heel pump. They're so beautiful and I want them so much but they don't ship over here!

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Lindsay

Leopard is my fav, especially for fall! I've been wearing my Banana Republic leopard flats a TON this season 🙂

Lindsay

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shoes i'll never have

Totally agree, I love leopard in the fall as a good way to spice things up, especially since it looks great with jewel tones and other neutrals.
Great post!
xo
Tara
shoesillneverhave.blogspot.com

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DSailor

Love all these shoes!! I've been dying for a cute pair of leopard loafers but haven't found the right pair yet!

daughterofasonofasailor.blogspot.com

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