leopard trend

There are a few things that I will wear even if they aren’t what’s “in”. Leopard is definitely on the top of that list. It’s always been my favorite, even in like 7th grade when people thought it was tacky. (jokes on them because zebra was the tacky print.) Anyways, I’m sharing two perfect ways to wear the leopard trend. Let’s get sassy y’all.

I’m feeling all the sassy, happy hour vibes in this perfect outfit. It’s such an easy way to add a pop of the leopard trend into your wardrobe without seriously committing.

look #1.

Something about a blazer makes me feel like I can conquer the world. And this boyfriend fit blazer gave me all the good feelings. It’s the perfect neutral color and is a staple piece for any big-girl closet. 

What’s underneath the blazer, is even better. I snagged this super comfy bodysuit from ASOS and I am officially in love. I got it in the ‘tall’ sizing and it gave me the perfect fit. I’ve tried on too many bodysuits that wouldn’t snap at the bottom because there’s a lot of curves to cover, so the tall was perfect. If you’re average size or weren’t blessed with a jlo booty like myself, stick to the regular size. I’m linking both.

And the accessories? I kept it neutral with this easy little clutch that goes with everything. Also still loving these high-waisted jeans, especially with my Kendra Scott jewels, and new favorite flats.

look #2.

And hooray because I’m finally sharing this dress on my blog! I’ve made y’all wait way too long. I posted a couple pictures of it on insta, but had to share it in a post because it’s too good not to. The price alone is worth the post. This dress is so comfortable, ultra flattering, and will be your go-to for fall. I wore it to a wedding a couple weeks ago and will be wearing it throughout fall and into winter. Hello adorable booties and a chunky knit cardigan. 

If you’ve been around for a while, you know I love mixing prints. One of the first ways I started was putting polka dots and leopard together. Classic and oh so fun.

It’s so easy to mix these prints as long as your leopard print is more “flowy” and your polka dots are a “hard” print. If that makes any sense. That’s my cardinal rule when it comes to mixing prints, especially with the leopard trend.

And my shoes. I asked y’all on my stories if I should keep them and it was almost a tie. So I went and tried on the other pair I was considering and it made me love these even more. They’re a bit of an investment and not something I would usually buy, but they are so well-made and I know I will wear them all the time. Plus, the fringe is so fun.

So, even if these pieces aren’t your cup of leopard tea, let them spark a little sassy into your wardrobe. Even if it’s in a little leopard trend way.



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