Yes! the weather has been warm enough to wear...dum,dum,dum.... no sleeves!!!
my body is confused...but I am so happy! If it weren't for adorable boots...I would hibernate all winter, I think. lol
The only good snake is a dead one.
(sorry all you snake loving people out there...you may want to turn away lol)
Soooo...why not wear it?!?!?
For as long as I could remember...I had never liked clothes with animal print.
I don't really have a reason per se, I just avoided it at all cost...thought it wasn't me.
Then bam! It was like the flood gates were opened and I saw all the wonder that was animal print...
and now I have to say I might have a problem...
It may or may not look like Barnum and Bailey threw up in my closet...
maybe not that bad...but still.
I know a lot of people who felt the same way I did...
they don't own any animal print clothing...or hello...shoes!!!
I admit it is a bold move.
Not super bold...like wearing a meat dress or anything (oh Gaga)
but too bold for some.
Yes it is bold, but if this is your issue try to find a more neutral version of
the print...like the one I am wearing ...not a huge print...not excessively bright...but it is there.
Also, if you want to take it a step further...play down the rest of your outfit too...say, neutral pants a little cardi or sweater that is a softer tone....even go for a more muted shoe color...Or wear the print under a suit jacket....!
Start small...find a bracelet or cuff with a leather snake print...or a leopard print flat or heel...
if you are worried about wearing a skirt or top with an animal print right off the cuff...that is a great option.
Last...believe in yourself a little....give yourself some credit...you can pull it off!
Racerback top: $4 (tj maxx on sale)
Skinnies: $2 ( thrifted)
Earrings: $4 Target
Flats: $5 (Charlotte Russe on sale)
Belt: $4.80 F21
Oh, and for the record, I don't suggest mauling any animals to get your animal print clothing lol
The faux, store bought kind works just as well!