Monday, 15 January 2018

Double Leopard


Leopard Blouse: JDY via ASOS
Boots: Old Jeffrey Campbell, similar: here
Beret: ASOS

Photography: Kaye Ford

It's the middle of January and Blue Monday, what a killer combination. I'm currently sat on the train on my way to a blog shoot that almost got rained off (thanks very much gale force winds and torrential rain, good old British weather), and I'm trying very hard to be positive but I find it so hard in January. I keep having to remind myself that this wintery cold period won't last forever, and better days are yet to come. Last night we just booked a little getaway to Italy at the beginning of Feb, back to Rome (I LOVE Rome, it's beautiful) and I'm now counting down the days.

I'm not usually a leopard print kind of girl, I've had these boots forever and worn them like twice, three times? I love the shape of them though. My perfect boot shape. I need these boots in every colour basically. I do find it harder to style patterned boots, as I love patterned clothing and prefer to stick to more neutral boot colours, but who couldn't resist a bit of double leopard print? This blouse looks great with denim or white jeans as it does suede, and I love the cut out neck detail and flared sleeves, making it look that little bit more expensive than it was (£18!). 

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4 comments

  1. I really love this outfit <3 especially this leopard print blouse!

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  2. Love the head to toe leopard!

    Liv

    http://livforstyle.net

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  3. Just love this outfit so much !

    Sara
    www.thecrimeofashion.com

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  4. Really love this look & the photos. The double leopard is gorgeous, Ive always loved leopard even as a little girl! Funny, its not something I wear as much now... I have to say, im super jealous you have a trip booked to Italy! Its on my bucket list to visit.

    Hayley xx
    www.5ftlife.co.uk

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