We all know leopard print is a must have this season. However what about styling it. More often than not the tendency will be leopard and black – after all you can’t go wrong with that combination right! This post is going to take you a little further afield in the aim of getting your own style imagination going.
Added bonus a simple story about a lovely new online shop called “A Simple Story” – a concept store for sustainably produced fashion and home accessories. Buying with a conscience – can’t get much better than that right – smile!
So keep on reading to find out more about the out of the box way to style a cute leopard skirt.
The Out of the Box Way to Style a Cute Leopard Skirt
The lace shirt is a big theme this Fall – so why not team it up with a spot of Leopard. Add the baker boy cap for a bit of fun, small sunnies to stay on trend and then of course the obligatory heels!
Tie the whole outfit up with matching bracelet and earrings…
Check out just how different the sam look can be with or without a fun baker boy cap.
This is where the whole concept of orange comes in. An awfully understated colour orange often comes behind red but in reality it’s actually far easier to mix and match and make a real statement with orange than red.
Use orange as a small touch of colour…
Or alternatively go all out with huge splashes of colour. Adding a certain youthfulness to any look…
Skirt and Jewellery: c/o A Simple Story
A simple Story is a little concept store I recently discovered that prides itself in concentrating on sustainably produced fashion and home accessories. I love the fact that it was started by 2 sisters who originally have a finance background and then decided to take a total new career path.
All products have been carefully handpicked whilst travelling , visiting suppliers and going to trade fairs. The skirt is the label Antik Batik, a brand that prides itself for natural fabrics and ethical production.
Bag: Save My Bag
Shoes: Dune last year (similar here)
Sweater: Addidas (similar here)
Shirt: Sezanne (similar here)
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