” IN ORDER TO BE IRREPLACEABLE ONE MUST ALWAYS BE DIFFERENT” – COCO CHANEL
SILK BLOUSE, BLACK WOOL MINI SKIRT AND ANKLE BOOTIES
Leopard Print Blouse and Mini Skirt
Leopard print first premiered back in 1925 with American actress Marian Nixon. It soon became a symbol of glamour and sophistication in Hollywood and was later worn by icons such as Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor. As someone who likes the leopard print trend, I would have to say it is classic.
The print has evolved from its first appearance in the early 1920s. There is no limit to what item of clothing can be leopard print. Whether it’s a classic faux fur coat, a camisole, a square neck dress or even a denim leopard co-ord, there are endless options that this gives you the creativity to style and match leopard with different items of clothing for any occasion.
Leopard print is just another fashion classic that has stood the test of time – like a little black dress or a camel coat. There is no denying that like other current trends, it can be overdone and possibly tacky, but that often comes down to how you style leopard print.
Yes, black or white are two staple colours that compliment the print, but why not add a splash of colour with a bit of hot pink or red? These are two colours that beautifully compliment leopard without looking tacky.
Blouse and Skirt
Blouse and Skirt was a short-lived BBC Television comedy show in year 2000 that had a Question Time-style format. Regular Panellist Curtis Walker and Gina Yashere were joined by guests to take a satirical look at topical subjects, prompted by questions from the audience.
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