Animal Print Problems

The genus is made of a wool leopard print scarf picked up from the roomie-giveaway-pile, a silk leopard print scarf from Target, a safari-scene-print handkerchief bought at a vintage stand from college, a J.Crew silk snakeskin top, leopard-print cotton shorts just picked up at Forever 21, a snakeskin clutch gifted from Lucky FABB, leopard print jeans from Target, an ocelot print belt from J.Crew, leopard print slip-on sneaks from the Old Navy boy’s department, an ocelot faux-fur jacket from Filene’s Basement, a silk leopard print blouse-y top from Joie, the Prada leopard print pumps, a Rogan for Target dress, a silk bow blouse from grandma, and a leopard print cardigan from JCPenney. Whew! And, Meow!

6 Comments

  1. Carla   •  

    Hahaha. I have the same animal print addiction. I should bring everything out and see how many pieces I’ve got, too. Haha. – Carla

  2. My Style Canvas   •  

    Love the grandma blouse the best–and it’s not easy to pick a single favorite when choosing from animal print pieces. Great Target jeans though too. I was tempted to get ‘em the other week even though I have a similar pair by S.O.N.G.

  3. Destiney   •  

    Love this illustration! Animal prints are so much fun to wear dressed up or down! I have a whole closet filled with nothing but cheetah and leopard prints!

  4. joann, sidewalk chic   •  

    I have the same obsession, and could very well do that with stripes and florals too.

    I really like the Target dress! :)

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