January 12, 2017

Leopard Love

Hey babes. Happy Thursday! Sending you all warm wishes from the big apple.

We've just survived a couple of harsh winter days here, letting up a bit by a few degrees today- finally! Thinking back to a balmier, north Florida winter, I've been itching to share this OOTD with y'all.

 I've always been the biggest leopard print fan. From phone cases to clothing, give me a lil animal print and I'm over the moon. Which is why, when I laid my eyes on this Wilson's Leather faux number (under $150 btw!) it was pretty much love at first click.  

The coat is on the lighter side, making it more appropriate for spring and fall, or a true California winter. What truly captivated me about this piece was the cropped sleeves detail and the fact that it has POCKETS! *swoon*

I decided to pair the coat with this chic VIPme top, for a feminine edge. Like, can we just talk about how darn adorable the bow detail is for a second? I've been on the hunt for a crisp white top, like this one, for the longest of time- tailored but not too tight. It fits pretty true to size and goes with just about everything. Score!

Lastly I want to give a shouout to my magical, shinny shoes. These WetSeal oxfords are pretty much my go-to flats for when I'm running from the office to a night out. Practical but cute!  

So what do we think? Running a strong leopard fever or sort of over it? Let me know in the comments below!


Top: VIPme | Jeans: Levi's High Rise Flare | Coat: Wilson's Leather (under $150!) | Shoes: Wet Seal | Sunnies: Ray Ban | Rings: Forever21

Photos by: Andres Henriquez

I received this coat from Wilson's Leather, this top from VIPme and these flats from WetSeal, however, all opinions are my own. 



  1. This look is stunning babe! I love the leopard print jacket!!

    X Merel

  2. Love so many things about this outfit (shoes, coats, etc) Do you have your closet on Glamoutfit app?

  3. Love the coat! Such a statement that beautiful on you!


  4. I'm dying for a coat like that!


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