Animal Attraction

I'm a sucker for classy animal prints.  Unlike other prints, I never get tired of them.  The neutral shades go with just about anything, and they add a fun pop that make your basics anything but boring.

Pants:  The Limited (Similar:  http://www.thelimited.com/Exact-Stretch-Bootcut-Pants/6438716,default,pd.html?dwvar_6438716_colorCode=150&start=3&ppid=c3&cgid=pants&prefn1=colorFamily&prefv1=Black)

Blazer:  The Limited

Top:  New York and Company (Similar:  http://www.nyandcompany.com/nyco/prod/Tops/View-All/Side-Knot-Pleated-Top-Leopard-Print)

Bag:  The Limited

Bracelets:  Target, Claire's, World Market, The Limited

Blazer:  Back View

This is what I wore to work today.  My go-to work uniform consists of pants + blazer + heels + cute top + fun accessories.  It's a basic formula but one with infinite style possibilities.

Do you have a work uniform?


  1. I love that outfit! I can see myself wearing that ensemble with a black skirt instead of pants. Do you think that you style tips for the petite and extra curvy translate well to the tall and extra curvy?

  2. Thanks for your comment, Jane! To address your question - Some of my style tips and looks will be best suited to the curvy petite woman. That said, I tend to stick to a fairly streamlined silhouette and wear shapes that are most universally flattering. The outfit featured above would look great on anyone because the shapes are simple and streamlined. The flowy top conceals lumps and bumps. The blazer provides structure that flatters a curvy woman's shape, but it would also help visually create those curves for women with more boyish figures. The length of the top and jacket is a classic length that looks equally great on women tall, petite, or average height.


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