Leopard Print Midi

Dress: Zara (no longer available, but have linked similar styles below) | Shoes: Stuart Weitzman (on sale, which never happens!) | Belt: Gucci | Purse: Chanel (found this one, gently used, great price!)

Oh Leopard Print, how do I love you, let me count the ways. Leopard may still be on the trend rise, but this classic has actually always been a favourite print of mine, so it’s been especially hard to keep it to a limit these days. I dunno what it is about this timeless pattern that I love so much. Perhaps the glamour or sexiness or maybe all those neutrals. I just find it’s so universally flattering on blondes, brunettes and redheads alike.


That said, this dress was such a steal. I found it at Winners for under $20! It’s by Zara and it has a satan type texture to fabric, so it falls nicely over curves (and baby bump). It is a little boxy without belt, but I love how it looks with a cinched waist.


The high-neck works so well for me and the slight puff sleeve adds some extra character. I actually feel so at home in this dress. It totally fits my style personality.

Great for a night out on the town with the girls, date-night or even a soiree – this dress has you covered. It’s light enough to wear with sandals in summer (as seen), but could easily transition into spring or fall with a pair of sock boots.

That’s actually how I wore it a few weeks ago. It is still not super hot temps here yet, especially at night, so the sock boots were the perfect weight. I received so many compliments on the dress that night – can’t wait to find a reason to wear it again.


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Thanks for reading and until next time, keep enjoying your beautiful life!


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