Wearing a leopard midi skirt in winter(oeps it is spring!)
We all love leopard print don’t we? And I love midi skirts, so when I saw this one a few months ago, I knew I had to have it. I havn’t worn it that much because the fabric is very thin and it is still very cold over here. Everytime I wear a thin skirt, I have such a cold bum! But I wore it on the day that Nina visited me. I can’t wait to wear the skirt more when it is getting a bit warmer.
Why is a leopard print so appealing?
When I was, let’s say, 16 or 17, I already loved a leopard print. But it was seen as vulgar. You belonged to a certain kind of people when you wore a leopard print. I am talking early 80s now! I am curious if that was the same in your country. Let me know. These days we see the leopard print every season and it has won his own place in the fashion scene. In clothing, bags, shoes, you name it! Check my Pinterest board about leopard prints! And although I styled it with a black cable knit sweater, leopard print is very good to wear with all colors as I showed here.
Shop the look!
These are all purchases that I did last year, so they are all sold out. Instead I link you to a Fab skirt and great black sweaters!
Leopard print skirt mine sold out, here is one from the latest collection
Black cable knit sweater mine is sold out, here are other good ones
Lacquer boots, you have seen these several times on the blog.
My favorite of last week is: Pam of Sidewalk Shoes
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