Blush, Grey and Leopard

I simply cannot get enough of “Blush” these days and one of my favorite ways to pair this soft, neutral hue is by pairing it with my all-time favorite neutral, LEOPARD!  Yes, leopard is a neutral and if we can’t see eye to eye on that, then we may need to reevaluate this whole relationship.  :)

This A/X leopard print skirt pairs beautifully with shades of blush due to its perfect palette of leopard and grey- which happens to be my second favorite neutral to pair blush with.  Any shade of camel, tan or nude would come in third! I glammed up the look by adding gold details from neck to toe!

What do you think?

blush1Blush Blazer Vest: Forever 21; Black Top: Forever 21; Leopard Skirt: A/X (similar); Gold Pumps: ZARA; Blush/Champagne Handbag: Tory Burch; Gold Bar Pave Ring: Express; Gold Chain Bib Necklace: Baublebar.blush3image_1blush 4image_2

 

 


Leopard is a Neutral

“As far as I’m concerned, leopard is a neutral.” ~ Jenna Lyons

And I could not agree more! I love wearing my leopard with a pop of color!  From R.O.Y.G.B.I.V. and beyond… I have yet to find a color or pattern I am not tempted to mix with my leopards! Here is a look mixing leopard with red, which is probably my favorite of colors to mix my leopard with, but here I am wearing leopard with blue, pink, orange and yellow just to share a few examples!

Thank you for stopping by!

Red and LeopardLeopard Print Skirt: Armani Exchange (very old, but similar here and here); Red Silky V-Neck Tee: Express; Gold Toe Pumps: Chinese Laundry; Handbag: Christian Louboutin (similar model); Tiger Claw Necklace: Stella and Dot; Gold Chain Link Bracelet: Juicy Couture (similar); Gold Watch: Michael Kors.

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