This weekend we had one of these very busy weekends where we drove all over the state; we visited with a friend who is deploying to Japan, we went to my first ever NFL game and we ended the weekend with a BBQ at my best friends house. It was such a fun, busy weekend! While my sweet husband was driving us everywhere I was doing what I do best, browsing through my Instagram. Instagram is my favorite way to stay on top of real-life, casual, affordable trends. There was one trend that inundated my Instagram feed and that is leopard print, it’s everywhere. All my favorite, cute outfits had leopard somehow incorporated; from mules to scarves to work pants, leopard print is everywhere this season. I am SO HERE FOR IT!
I am so excited to add some leopard items to my wardrobe this season. When it comes to Leopard I am going to quote one of my favorite leopard wearers, Teresa Guidice, “love, love, love.”
Here are my absolute favorite finds:
Mules they are everywhere this fall, I love them. This fun, leopard pair is only $30!! Heck yes. They are so versatile, they will look great with a dress, some jeans or even leggings.
Topshop Half Zip Leopard Print Denim Skirt
Can you imagine this skirt with a black oversized sweater and little booties? Yes, Yes, Yes.
BP. Long Leopard Jacquard Cardigan
A long cardigan, you can never have enough long cardigans! I love a long cardigan, I feel like I talk about them nonstop. It really is my favorite item for all seasons.
This is such a good fall transitional dress. I would love to see this dress with a leather jacket and heels for a really cute date night or girls night out look.
If you are excited about this trend but maybe a full-on leopard look isn’t for you, then this is the perfect accessory. You are able to add some fun to your outfit without overloading on leopard.
The jury is still out whether I consider leopard to be a neutral or not but no matter what I really love this print. What are some fall trends that you will be investing in? Are you as excited for leopard as I am?
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