Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Casually Cute....& Comfy

Leopard print is often thought to be glamorous. You can, however, dress it down and be casually cute and comfy. Do you ever feel sexiest when you are in jeans and a t-shirt or hoodie...complete with a cute pair of sneaks? I do! Beauty without even trying! Leopard print is still here for you. You don't have to dress it up in order to wear it. Here are a few pieces to show you how.

                                                     Lace Up Leopard Patterned Sneakers

                                                                                         Leopard Print Hoodie & Sweatpants by Redopin

                                                     Haru Leopard Print high-top sneakers

                                                    Mall-La Leopard Print Padded Jacket

                                                  Cookie 7 Leopard Print Ankle Boots

Steppin' Up the Shoe Game

Ladies, it's that time ! Time to step your shoe game up ! LOL. No seriously, I'm a shoe fanatic so you will see many posts on shoes. I can't get enough. You can tell a lot about a woman from the shoes she is wearing. Shoes can show confidence, style, the ability to take risks, whether you are boring, unwilling to take chances, or just don't know how to dress yourself. LOL. Shoes can change an entire outfit around. Putting on a pair of jeans and a plain shirt is not a problem at all......if you have the right shoes ! In fact, your basic ensemble will help shoes to stand out. Certain shoes are so bold that you have to let them stand alone. You can't wear something overpowering with these kinds of shoes. Those are the shoes I love. Even better....a leopard print pair. Nothing makes a statement like leopard print shoes. Here are a few that I have found recently that I just can't get off my mind ! Click on the links to find them !

Do you all SEE the heel? The way the color goes from white to brown? Goregeous !

                                                               Beverly Feldman "Hottie"