Thursday, October 29, 2015

I See Spots: Leopard Fall Fashion

Good morning! How are you? I am great but looking forward to the weekend. Is it too early to say that? I have a million irons in the fire this week and I want a little down time. 

Bittersweet Colors

So lets talk about something that has been on my mind, spots. Ever since I posted the  photo above from Bittersweet Colours last week, in my post Green with Envy post,  I cannot get this print out of my mind.  Is leopard the "new neutral" or is it a statement piece? I guess it depends on how you wear it. 

Leopard Belt Here via Pinterest

This Fall/Winter leopard is everywhere. Personally I like it in small doses, a scarf, shoes, boots, gloves, clutch, etc. Although I have seen beautiful skirts, pants, dresses and more I do not know that I will have that in my collection this year. 

Leopard Shoes Here

Here are a few of my favorite looks from the web and of course Pinterest.

Image from Atlantic-Patific Blog

Image Polyvore

Image Southern Curls and Pearls

Image Memorandum

Image Extra Petite

Image Here With Love From Kat

What do you think? Are you a fan of animal prints? Do you have a favorite look when wearing them, do you go for bold or understated? I think they look fabulous either way!

Have a great day!

P.S. If you are a fan of leopard in all sorts of patterns, dresses, shirts, scarfs and more be sure to check out all of the fashion ideas from Bittersweet Colours


  1. Beautiful ideas here my friend! I must bring out my leopard print GLOVES and wear them this fall. They are fun! Enjoy your day, Anita

  2. At this point, the weekend is long overdue!

  3. Yes, I do love a beautiful animal print!
    Some really grreat images showing how just a tiny touch is all you need.

  4. i have been a huge fan of leopard since i was a little girl bothering my mother for any and everything leopard. has not changed! agree, smaller doses, such as belts, clutch & shoes, suit me better than a coat or skirt.
    have a restful weekend!


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