Animal Prints Part 2 / As A Neutral


I've never been 
one to dictate 
the long or short
of skirts 
in reference to a woman's age.
If you rock it, 
If you feel great, 
do it to it!
Though,
Dark tights have become my pal 
with mini's ;)


This look is part 2 
of rethinking animal prints as a neutral...
Honestly red was easy. I am gonna venture out into more daring territory.
Send suggestions, please :)



Also when tights are paired with tall boots, mini's really rock!
back to the leopard...
I really dug mixing the plaid scarf and skirt.
How about florals and animal? - Brights? 
As my brain is churning I ask myself,  WWKD?
I wonder what I did with my zebra leggings? ;)
xXx
Reva
ATTIRE: SKIRT, SEARS (ABOUT 12 YEARS OLD)
CARDI/SCARF/COAT/RED BAG: THRIFTED
BOOTS: BANANA REPUBLIC (OLD)

10 comments:

Patti @ NotDeadYet Style said...

YES! Animal prints as neutrals. Start a movement. Love the WWKD too. You look fierce and fab, as per always.

Pam @ over50feeling40 said...

Great look, Reva! I really like the cardigan and wish I was skinny enough to wear a skirt that short...you go girl!

the Citizen Rosebud said...

You look SO FABULOUS! Leopard IS a neutral and I love how masterfully you pair it with red and tan boots, it looks so fresh and young. And girl you have got such a svelte figure; I love how you rock that mini!

Vix said...

Fantastic! Very sexy and sassy and your legs are fabulous. x

oomph. said...

i love the idea of tall boots and minis...you certainly have the legs for this combo!

[oomph.]
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Kasmira said...

You are ROCKIN!

The Style Crone said...

Yes, I love animal print as a neutral. But you pull it off with aplomb.

Debbi@SheAccessorizesWell said...

Love the skirt, tights, coat... okay everything. The tall boots with the mini is really cool. I used to love that look on me, especially with tights. When I was younger, I would wear white tights, but it was the 60's!

Sheila said...

LOVE the leopard mini! I agree - you have to go dark tights to mitigate the mini effect.

I like leopard with royal blue, emerald green, bright yellow, orange, purple! Any bright colour really pops off leopard.

Sabrina said...

beautiful outfit!!!

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