Thursday, 29 November 2012

Little bits of leopard print

I had a bit of a whizz around Oasis last night (the Argyll branch in London got swish recently). As it turned out, I really wasn't in the mood for shopping, but I did notice that there were lots of little leopard print details about. I've never been one to shy away from full on animal print, but I like that instead of being all over, it was on cuffs and collars.


When I'm in better mood for shopping (rather than an 'I want to go home and eat pie' mood), I'm going back to try this leopard trim dress on.



It comes in red as well, but I don't think that red and leopard print are a good look for blondes. Unless I decide I want to audition for a part as a soap opera barmaid. It's £60, whichever colour you go for.


I actually prefer this leopard collar jumper in grey, but the model is making it look strange so here's the black one instead. Leopard collars are cute. This is £38, though. Maybe wait until it's in the sale.


This leopard print bag would only ever work in tan leather, anything else would look tacky. It sidesteps tacky rather splendidly, it's only £60.


Even Oasis' brollies have cute leopard touches. It's only £9.


These snaffle trim shoes are in the sale, so they're just £30. Snaffle is the best fashion word. It's like fashion by Sesame Street.

3 comments:

  1. Love these, except for one thing: I know that *everything* in the shops has a crew neck at the moment (and for about the last year and a half), but I can't be the only one who finds them massively unflattering. Not a criticism of the post, just wondering when fashion's going to change and we're going to get another option in any significant numbers.

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    1. I actually like it, but it did take a while to getting used to! I've got more than a handful in the breast department so tend to wear V necks and low cut tops, but actually I think the covered up look works on the dresses featured.

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    2. Yes, but it's been the dominant thing for genuinely aaaages. It's not that I'm not used to it. It's that I wasn't really into it to begin with and it's not going away.

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