|I bought it here|
I like the combination of light blue, gold and leopard mixed with a chain print. It's something a little different from the standard cat print we're so used to seeing.
Earlier this week, I wore it to coffee with Giacomo. I'm wearing my $5.00 black sheath dress with a short-sleeved turtleneck, tights and a Metal Pointus cuff.
When I wore it to see Giacomo, I opted for tall black boots instead of pumps and I wore my hair down instead of in a sock bun. With my 6'2" height, plus 3" heels and a high bun, it was a bit much for coffee at a retirement community's cafe.
Since I received this scarf, I've been thinking more about animal prints, specifically the leopard and cheetah variety. I have many items in my closet that are leopard and cheetah print including shoes, handbags, jewelry, belts, sweaters and coats. I pretty much have the kitty look covered and have decided I won't add anymore to my wardrobe.
It's not that I don't like leopard and cheetah prints, because I do. See? I've been wearing it since toddlerhood.
|Me at 2-years-old, maybe 3 (?) with my Granny Louise, who is 94.|
1969 or '70.
Sometimes I think the trend will soon die out. But what the heck do I know? I'm just a housewife...certainly no fashion expert. After all, leopard and cheetah patterns have been in style for decades upon decades.
I'd like to hear your thoughts.
Do you think leopard and cheetah prints will remain a classic style?
Or will cat prints soon be an outdated fashion "don't"?