Thursday, 31 January 2019

Who What Wear - Jungle Fever

Unapologetically me 

Be bold and walk on the wild side!

I swear I spent too much time in my youth worrying about what other people would think of me. Today I embrace my personality and let it show through my clothes.

So what does that look like? These days it translates to bold prints and animal prints. I'm loving matchy-matchy coordinates or mixing it up with block colours or classics like denim.

Denim and animal print go hand in hand.
Totally having a moment with snakeskin. This has come through my skirts, pants and even my gym line! I need to hunt down a natural snake skin over the knee boot for winter.  I have been suffering FOMO from not buying a pair last season. 

Next to snakeskin leopard print is a favourite of mine, and I am interested in gauging your thoughts on leopard print. I'm not sure how but in the past it's tended to have some sort of sexual connotations attached to it. I'm visualising Peggy from married with children. 

For me though, I think those days are over. I am a firm believer that leopard is a wardrobe print staple, if there is such a thing! 



It's funny though when I wear leopard to the office (not this dress btw) I have received a few remarks in a playful tone that leopard is for the evening. I'm definitely not on board with this thought. I think leopard like sequins can translate to daytime and evening outfits. 

I also think where ever you sit on this debate that is fine. We all have our own style and so many of us are scared to embrace it. Simply put, you do you boo! I hope that my extravagant dressing can inspire you to present more of your own true colours (what ever colour they may be)! 



Images by @creationsofsarafina 

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