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Leopard & Lace

I am no fashion guru by any means. And although the big name designers set trends w/ what goes down the runway, most of them would just look plain silly on someone like me. Don’t you have to be super skinny, have the perfect body, and 6 feet tall to wear those kind of stuff?!

I don’t have a set ‘style’ as my style changes depending on my mood, the seasons, the stars, and the moon, etc. I usually wear what I ‘dig’ at the moment and really don’t care if I’m breaking any fashion rules. To me being fashionable is not about what you’re wearing but how you are wearing it. So strut what you LOVE w/ confidence and don’t doubt yourself (well, you can after the fact)!

I currently have a mild obsession w/ lace. So what to wear w/ lace?! Leopard, I guess. Quite an opposite attraction.

LEOPARD: hard & edgy Vs.  LACE: delicate & feminine.

Zoey is STANDING!! I am one proud mamma.

I think that I’ve snatched the pencil lace skirt of my dreams.

Before my unhealthy obsession with gold tone jewels, there was silver. Silver was the ‘it’ tendency for me for a VERY LONG while until the gold rushed into my life. This time, I decided to give silver back the respect that it so rightfully deserves.

I’ve always wanted a shot w/ a clear umbrella and this was the perfect chance. It started to drizzle!! Although it last for like 5 mins…YAY for drizzles!

LOVE detail shots.

WAY TOO CHEESY!

Def. more clear umbrella shots to come in the near future! All images via the talented husband, the man who taught me my photography skillzzz.

To read another ‘opposite attracts’ style post,  click here for “Pearls & Joe’s”

What have you worn that’s not typically worn together? Please share!

‘Til next post, Kellie.

 

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26 Comments

  1. Love this! I have the same style Prada clutch as you but in wallet form – I’ve promised myself that the wallet will last me my life-time haha it’s been five years and it’s still great!

    Thank you for popping by my ‘Afternoon Tea’ post and following :)

  2. Oh my! What a beautiful combination – lace and leopard. Doesn’t get much better than that. And you totally dig that skirt! :-)

  3. I love how you mix fashion, style, and mommyhood so seamlessly! By the way, your hubby is a fab photographer! If I may ask, does he do this for a living?

  4. Zoe… You are looking really angle in these all pics… and your skirt,umbrella,makeup and last but not list your baby… looking amazing and beautiful.

  5. Thanks for the like! I am loving your blog… so stylish. I hope I look like you when I’m a mom!

    Any tips on maintaining focus and motivation when blogging? One look at mine, and you can see it is very sporadic. Thanks! I’ll be back for some style inspiration :-)

    Kelley

  6. i like to mismatch things – but you pull it off so well! i do more colour-blocking – pink and red, navy and black — it can all be done if you pull it all together, as you did here. you’re just adorable.

  7. Umm, first let me say you are beautiful and look amazing! I am a nanny to 3 and the youngest is 1 year- and I could never chase him around in an outfit like that!! So Kudos to you! :) The pictures are amazing and I can’t wait to keep up with your blog! I saw you stopped by my blog! How did you find us? Thanks for stopping by! Please tell your friends about us and follow us on Facebook (TwoTailswithMattandAli) and Twitter (@TwoTailsMattAli)!
    Thanks!
    - Ali

  8. LN

    Zoe, I just saw your like on my blog, thank you so much for stopping by! You know how exciting it is new bloggers following you when you are just starting in the blogging word ;) Anyways, I’m so glad you did because I got to discover your amazing blog and I’ve been reading it all morning! You’re such an inspiration! Can’t wait to see more!

    http://www.lnlookbook.wordpress.com

  9. I LOVE the skirt! It looks great on you!!!! May I ask where you got it?

    I don’t have a problem wearing floral with polka dots or colors that dont necessarily match.

    Xoxo

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