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!
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? ;)


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 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 certainly have the legs for this combo!

What's the next line? Help write the story!

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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