Dressing for Fall ~ Animal Print
Thank you PinkBlush and SkipHop for this collaboration & for partnering with me on this fashion post. As always all thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.
“I never met an animal print I didn’t love.”
I don’t remover where I saw this quote but it was years ago and I still love it.
Those who know me, know that long before high school I was a risk take with fashion. I loved finding unique pieces, patterns and animal print.
Naturally fall has come and I’m so ready to share a look that allows my inner animal print lover to tastefully show off some leopard.
Just a touch of animal print on the shoulder of this PinkBlush sweatshirt is all I need. Oh and of course I tied that in with my animal print heels from Target… bought them years ago.
Can we talk about how this sweatshirt has pockets? I’m obsessed!
Excuse me as I swoon over my new favorite fall pants! These camel faux suede leggings are not only comfortable, they dress up your look. I mean, guys.. I paired them with a sweatshirt and look how dressed up that top became!
Favorite feature of these darling leggings? The ankle zipper for sure!
What about my bag? You might not know, but it’s a diaper bag. Yes SkipHop really did a wonderful job designing this bag. I think it’s perfect for fall.
I love the color and how this bag can be dressed up or down depending on what outfit it’s paired with.
This bag has plenty of pockets to organize all your toddler’s or baby’s needs.
Happy Fall Fashion Friends!
14 thoughts on “Dressing for Fall ~ Animal Print”
Love the outfit! Especially the bag
Thank you Brittany
Loving that simple skip hop bag!!
Thank you Ashley, I love the simplicity of it as well
I love that bag ?❤️
Thank you Chantal
i love the camel color with black…it totally brings out the animal print shoes!! And that bag is beautiful!
Thank you! Yes I’m obsessed with these leggings. They are so versatile
That outfit is amazing!! Those leggings are so fun!
Great combo of outfit and bag! Happy Fall!
Happy fall! Thank you
Darling the quote “I never met a leopard print I didn’t like ” was by the iconic and legendary editor in chief of Vogue – Diana Vreeland . I just used the same quote in my post on “Leopard Print being the most Iconic Pattern ”
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Ha! I’ve heard many ppl say it & it’s so true to me & my fashion lol