• Should you Invest in a Leopard Coat this Winter?

    leopard print coat for winter

    There are so many things that can go wrong when you add an animal print garment in your wardrobe. The worst of all, you’ll never be brave enough to wear it, finding a way to style it is easy. I had been speculating for such a long time of adding one leopard print coat in my wardrobe. Often the print didn’t feel right, the colors were saturated and the leopard faux fur didn’t feel like me. I had noticed Maje had one leopard print for their autumn/winter season and I waited until the winter sales to order the coat home. The aforementioned coat ended up being a trench rather than a winter coat, which works just as fine as I can wear it in autumn and early spring. It sits above the knee on a petite and has plenty of space to add a chunky knit underneath. In my opinion, there is only one easy way to wear a leopard print, keep all the rest neutral, makeup included. An all black, warm brown tones, greys and creamy colors work wonderfully together.

    I am wearing Maje Guillaume Leopard coat on SALE (here)

    Lee Scarlett jeans (here)

    KG by Kurt Geiger boots (here)

    ICHI scarf (here)

    Peter Kaiser handbag old

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    1. Jo
      January 30, 2018 / 9:31 am

      I am so glad you took your time in finding the right print. Many look so cheap (like the wearers). This one is perfect on you.
      Glad, too, you have chosen to wear tight jeans as opposed to over the knee boots.
      To my mind. The only people who look good in those are the Queen’s own household cavalry. I hope you are having a better week.
      Jo x

    2. Jo
      January 30, 2018 / 3:53 pm

      Coat, scarf, jeans and boots look absolutely fantastic.
      Hope you are having a lovely week.
      Jo x

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