A Little Leopard

On Saturday I got dressed in an outfit much more casual than this and it literally took me 20 minutes to get dressed. Do I have enough clothes? Yes. So I have options? Yes. But yet nothing felt right. And you know why I figured that is? Because I’m spending FAR too much time in yoga pants lately. That means all clothes, except yoga pants, feel weird.

Clearly this is when you’ve gone over to the bad place of complacency and not getting dressed. I’ve been spending more and more time in meetings lately and I’ve also not exactly been doing my best to dress up for them either, so that’s something I’m working to change. I blame a little bit on my laziness, a little bit on the everlasting winter and a little bit on, again, my laziness. 

Getting my hair cut was helpful, that inspired me to get dressed again. And, of course, I did a little shopping to get me a bit more inspired. That always helps a little.

Is there ever such a thing as owning too many leopard pieces? Okay, maybe there is and we probably don’t want to looking like a Real Housewife of New Jersey or something. Now, I did pick up these leopard jeans at Free People yesterday so perhaps I was due for a little something wild for my wardrobe.

This affordable leopard skirt is a great one, you step into it, but it has a wrap-like slit so it’s super easy to wear, and comfortable. I thought it would be great for wearing to work meetings in an outfit like this, or dressing down with some sneakers and a graphic tee for doing something on the weekends. 

Other ways to wear this skirt: 

I don’t love a midi length skirt all that well on me, but maxi skirts are great. I like the extra coverage if I’m wearing them casually and the kids are around, and I like how you can make them feel super fancy if you want to! 

Shop the Post

Leopard Skirt from Ferne Boutique (midi, cheetah version here) // Anthropologie Sweater // Sarah Flint Heels (get $50 off your first Sarah Flint order with the code NINA50) // Lisi Lerch Earrings c/o // Clare V Clutch 

Photos thanks to Eleven Creative.


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