Leopard Is A Neutral

I am a huge fan of neutrals. Huge.

I love to wear anything black, white, gray, navy, tan and olive (Does olive count?  I think olive counts).   I will usually spice my neutrals up with accessories, a fun hairstyle or a bold makeup look if I need a little something extra.

I recently heard someone say that leopard is a neutral.  And I perked up because it is TOTALLY a neutral (!!!)  I can’t believe I never thought of it that way before! Leopard goes with everything.  And it adds some life to an outfit.  I never go full leopard, but I like to add it to an outfit via shoe, bag, scarf, or belt.

After I heard that, I suddenly realized how much leopard has been unintentionally involved in my life the past month…

Leopard Looks

First off, hello comfy ass slippers.  These guys are so soft and comfortable.  They were a Christmas present that I am pretty much wearing whenever I am at home.  I got these from J Crew but they are sold out.  Here are some other leopard inspired slippers that look equally as comfortable with a more subtle leopard print.  The eye mask was a Dollars Store purchase that I made before a flight I took last year.  You always have to do what it takes to get a good night’s sleep.

I wore this clutch to a wedding in Miami.  The dress code was “creative formal” and this clutch went perfectly with the black jumpsuit I wore.  Check out their website at Dune London.  Here are some other leopard options they have on their site.

These tennis shoes are freaking fantastic.  I wear them to work almost daily and my feet always feel great.  When I bought them, they were on sale for about $25-$30 cheaper, so definitely google coupons for New Balance before purchasing.

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These are just a few ways I have been adding my new neutral, leopard, into my life.  And they all look great with all of my outfits.  From, going to a wedding, to my casual work attire, to lounging around comfortably in the house, leopard adds a little bit of fun to every outfit.

What ways do you rock leopard?  What do you think about it being called a neutral?   Totally on board or wtf are they talking about?

♦ Stephanie

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