Monday, September 8, 2014

Grass Green and Leopard

Another week, another sunny day! I'm happy to be getting wear out of some of my summer stuff still. 
I have been waffling on this white leopard cardigan for a while. I like the cut of it, but I'm not sure if it's still me.

For now, it's staying. I last wore it here in March (I liked that outfit - good pattern mixing!). I have a plain black cami underneath it.
The second wear for this short suede skirt, which was first seen here in August (I also like that outfit better!). I'm going to keep it out in the fall/winter rotation and see how it does with boots and tights.
I do love the colour. Must have every colour in a leather skirt!

The stuff:
Not really a summery shoe, but my feet are sore from all the walking/running this past weekend. Fluevogs to the rescue! I last wore these here in June with polka dots and Vs (I need to wear both those pants and that top again!).

Minor bling.
Yup, those are earrings.

Sweater (XXI, consignment), skirt (Danier, vintage 80s, thrifted), shoes (Teapot Darjeeling, Fluevog, secondhand), belt (Bianca Nygard), earrings (Plum).

Ooh, I nearly forgot - Shoe Shine is coming!

Shoe Shine is this Friday!
Get your funky footwear on!

5 comments:

  1. Wonderful skirt. I love the color and the fact that it's suede. I also love it with the cardigan; green and leopard go so well together!

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  2. Well, it's a great fit on you. And the black and white print is great with your purple glasses and bright hair. That skirt is going to be such a cheerful color in the darkest days of winter!

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  3. Fabulous skirt - and color. It really sings along with animal prints. xox

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  4. I love the green skirt! It's a great color and I also adore the cardigan, you can't go wrong with leopard in my book!

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  5. I think the leopard print and bright green work perfectly together! xx

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