12.05.2012

Spotted Heart

Sequin collar sheer button up, Living Doll via Belk. Black crop top (underneath), F21. Leopard print mini skirt, c/o American Threads. Thin leather belt, thrifted. Glittery bangles and black loafers, Target. Revlon Just Bitten Lipstain

     I know quite a few people who can't stand animal print in any form. While I can totally see where they might get visions of Vegas in association with some of the more loud pieces, leopard print will always be a classic for me. I think I own just the right amount- a headband here, a cardigan there...and now this wonderful skirt. 
     Although I was elated to find out that this is the piece that American Threads would be sending me to style, I didn't yet know what a staple in my wardrobe this skirt would become. As their description says on the listing for the skirt, leopard print is a neutral now. I can't wait to pair the skirt with even more items from my closet!
    So whether or not you are positively purring over my skirt or think you'd rather stray away from the big cat inspired print, for this girl, leopard print will always have a special spot in my heart. 
     Also, American Threads is offering a special 10% discount when you use the code "triplethread". I adore so many pieces from the store and everything is such a great deal; definitely take a look around!

2 comments:

The Photogramps said...

Cute skirt! Leopard print is my favorite neutral ;)
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Madhu Singh said...

I'm one of those people who isn't a fan of animal prints BUT i like the ones that are TRUE to the animal. nothing in pink/blue/green, but something like this. they are neutrals kind of!

but i love the sequin collar. my fav part is the sweetheart neckline of your crop top. it looks so good under a sheer blouse! i'm going to try that now!

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