Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Leopard Love

I fell for this dress the moment I set eyes on it. Easy and airy + long sleeved + leopard print = perfectly transitional piece. I knew I wanted to pair it with a belt of some kind, and this little neon one seemed to strike my fancy. I chose flats for a Sunday afternoon of wandering, but as the months get cooler, I'm picturing this dress paired with sky high platforms, tights, and a bright red coat.

Sorry for the photo bombardment, but these were taken by a talented new pal of mine, Kandise. This particular pal date was comprised of coffee, a few laughs, afternoon sun, and the trading of outfit shots. Pretty perfect if you ask me! Thank you to Kandise for these & happy Wednesday.











(Dress & Bag: Winners, Flats & Sunnies: ALDO, Belt: H & M)

17 comments:

Courtney Erin said...

Wow, I love that dress - I'm such a sucker for leopard print!


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The Daily Fashionista said...

Such outfit!!! I'm totally loving the cool pattern on the dress and that yellow belt.

The Daily Fashionista said...

*such a great outfit:)

Rebecca Jane said...

The pop of colour in that belt makes the whole outfit. Love it.

Amber Blue Bird said...

so pretty much the most awesome dress ever..yep.

Kandise said...

Yay! I love this outfit. Hmm, and I bought a yellow belt a few days after this, you must have inspired me!

Kassandra said...

this dress is adorable.I love leopard print!
<3 Kastles

This Charming Style said...

Wonderful photos, that dress is so gorgeous! And the belt does look great :) xx

Silver Daisy Designs said...

love the belt with that dress!!! I'm obsessed with leopard lately... <3

Savannah said...

That dress is fantastic! And I love your belt

Amy said...

Sounds like my kind of day and you managed to capture the essence of a day like that in your outfit. Beautiful!
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Ashley, Lions Lace Lattes said...

This dress is so cute and I love it with the belt. Good choice :) And I don't mind the photo bombardment. :)

notjustanothermilla.com said...

Very Anna Dello Russo. I like it!

Life's a shoe said...

i love your dress!

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