The skinny color jeans was a hot trend last summer and though I do not follow trends that much but I kind of liked the color blocking that was associated with it and I was tempted to grab a pair when I found some on sale at a local fashion boutique. I got a pair in a saturated hue of turquoise along with a leopard print blouse and I thought the combination was super cute!...:) So I decided to do outfit collages on the various ways I would like to wear this colored skinny pants and I added leopard prints to all of them. Each of the outfit collages can be worn just about anywhere with a little "accessory editing" here and there.
A day out in town
|White Shirt: Coldwater Creek; Pants: Fashion bug; Satin Pumps: Victoriassecret; Leopard Clutch: thrifted|
Leopard print blouse: Fashion bug; Pants: Fashion bug; Peep toe pumps: Steve Madden luxe; Clutch: Kenneth Cole Reaction
|Black ruffled shirt: Tj Maxx; Pants: Fashion bug; Leopard sling back: Simply Vera by Vera Wang; Black tote: Kenneth Cole Reaction|
So, I had a baby shower to attend last summer and I decided to wear the colored pants with the black ruffled blouse but I ditched the print sling back for another leopard pump because I badly needed a pedicure and felt the slingbacks was not the best choice for the evening. Here are the pictures below; And yeah, I switched out the clutch too but I don't think that was the best choice. I probably was thinking of "prints on prints" when I did that..:)
Also, I had my comb twists in my hair last summer too and right now, I am trying to prep my hair for this upcoming summer. I am looking forward to the reveal.
I wore this turquoise necklace as a statement piece and I know the look looks a little bit matchy-matchy.. Maybe that was why I forgot about the pictures in my folder
Well, I'm glad I completed the unfinished business...:) And that is my new-year resolution. I'm going to complete every great task I embark on this year and I know I can do all things through Christ that strengthens me.
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