WILD BUT SWEET
Rebellious, irreverent, and just straight-up fun, leopard prints with all it colours are all over high – street and High- end brands . It is a trend that Iam fully on board with as you can see from my outfit.
Nevertheless , I confess that this is the only Leopard clothing item that I own in my wardrobe – not to consider my beloved leopard bag from D&G. That accessory I perceive it as a timeless , statement piece – that is not your average kind of bag. No boring at all. All of a sudden I fell for this Coat that doesn’t has the usual colour pallet of a what is called Leopard print! It has pink and yellow tones that made me want to get it more and more. As I couldn’t resist my will against it. It’s mine now.
Initially , leopard print is a classic must have. I thought that even the trend fades away quickly , I can still rock this coat for its being an unique kind of leopard piece of art – I want to call it that. So now , take a trip to the wild side of this photoshoot with one of the fiercest trends.
Photography : Mr Studios.
What I Wore :
Coat : Topshop
Pants : Jbrand
Turtleneck : Ezabel Marrant
Loafers : Gucci
Bag : LV
Shades : Dior
HOW I STYLED IT
To pull off leopard print without turning too many heads in the process, it’s all about picking one leopard item—and, no, it can’t be a unitard—and rooting the rest of your look in wardrobe classics rendered in strong neutral colours. First of all , it is safe. Most importantly , secondly it’s edgy.
Having said that , I styled mine around my black basic pieces which are high waisted skinny jeans and a turtleneck. I added a modern touch with my Gucci Loafers that are a couple of times now featured on the blog! Paired the tones of the Leopard print with a baby pink LV bag to soften the wild side of the coat. On a less serious note, I couldn’t decide for which one to go ? the OTK or loafers! Conclusion is I went for both! The hat is a way to give the outfit a pinch of Parisian vibe.