Wednesday, November 06, 2013

Lim + Leopard

fall floral and leopard slouchy beanie

phillip lim shirt dress michael kors bag

leopard booties

slouchy beanie
floral and leopard
Dress: Phillip Lim x Target | Tights: H&M | Booties: Nine West | Beanie: Charlotte Russe in store similar | Bag: MK similar | Sunnies: Windsor | Bracelet: J Crew similar | Necklace: similar | Watch:Michele

Hello…
Ahhh don't you just love this cool fall weather? I sure do. I love wearing tights and sleeves and beanies oh my! I have had this Phillip Lim shirt dress since the Target launch but did not decide to wear it until the other day. The print is really fun and subtle, yet with the black layering base underneath, it really makes the print pop out at the same time. Add a fun pair of leopard booties and off you go. 

I have a quick fashion tip for black tights: I wear 2 pairs yep you heard read me correctly. I like my tights super dark unless they are a printed pair and therefore doubling up will give you the dark silhouette look and keep you warm too. 

Have you ever worn two pairs of tights? Do you layer your clothes with basics underneath? 
I would love to hear...

Thanks for reading and have a great day!!!!

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4 comments:

  1. Two pairs of tights is genius! That way it's truly opaque and I won't be freezing.

    Kate from Clear the Way
    (I’m currently running a giveaway for some gorgeous jewelry, if you’re interested.)

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  2. the floral & leopard looks so fun together! and i love that idea about doubling up on the tights. i hate when i can see through my lights when they stretch at the knees or something. and it'll be a little less drafty during those cold winter months :) best tip everrr! thank you!!

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  3. You look fabulous girl!!! Loving that beanie on you :)

    Xo,
    Sincerely Miss Ash

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  4. That shirt dress is gorgeous and so unique! Love how you paired it with the leopard booties!
    Thanks for stopping by my blog :)

    Sierra
    Life as a Waterleaf

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