Thursday, December 13, 2018

How to style a leopard prints skirt for a holiday Party

The first thing that came to my mind when I saw this No. 21 pleated leopard prints skirt online was Christmas party. The beige color of the skirt with the red color contrast hem is so edgy and festive. I paired the skirt with a beige color or oatmeal color sweater with waist ties and black floral brooch. The red color beret complements the skirt nicely and the red color Staud bucket bag and black open toe Gianvito Rossi ankle boots elevates the edginess of the outfit. To recreate this look with budget friendly pieces, check out the links below.

Leopard Prints Skirt: here and here and here
Sweater: Budget friendly here and here
Bucket Bag: here and here
Ankle Boots: here and here
Beret: here and here

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