Saturday, September 28, 2013

Animal Style

Don't you just love animal print?  I'm a fan of animal print, but never head to toe! Lately I have been noticing more animal print in fashion and actual animals printed on clothes.  Last year the owl was really popular and you saw it on everything. This year I think it's the tiger, been seeing lots of tigers every where. I am always the one to embrace the less popular items in fashion.  So when I saw a zebra on a sweatshirt, I knew it was gonna be mine.  I picked up this top at Macy's, it's from Style & Co Sport. I thought it would be great for the weekends with the zebra on it, also has some rhinestones through out for a little sparkle.  A little sporty with style is what I call this look...animal style and not like the In-n-Out kind. 

Some leggings, my sneakers and a DIY vest completed the look. I also took my new Philip Lim for Target satchel out for spin with this outfit.  Check out the details below. 

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~Zebra top: Macy's Style&Co Sport ~ Leggings: c/o Catherines ~ Vest: old jack from The Gap ( I cut off the sleeves) ~ 
~Hi-Top Sneakers: Coach via TJ Maxx ~ Bag: Philip Lim x Target Satchel in Gray~


Are you an animal print lover? 
What animal would you wear on your clothing?
I am currently looking for a bear or pig!  :)


*All Photos by nvromedia.com

3 comments:

  1. Love the Zebra shirt... and yes, for whatever reason, I'm always drawn to tshirts that have the animal prints on them from giraffes to zebras to kitties... too darn cute ;)

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