Mixing prints sounds like it can be tricky, but when one of the prints is leopard - it makes it sooo much easier. In my opinion, leopard print is a neutral and can be worn with a ton of prints - the key being keeping the color palette in the same family. Since my coat is a muted print and the colors are more warm, I thought it was a great combination to pair with leopard. It also helps when there is space between the two prints i.e. shoes on the lower half of the body and coat on the upper half.
Speaking of coat, this one is a stunner. The faux fur collar, the rich jewel tones and the houndstooth print all combine beautifully to create such a statement piece. The coat IS the outfit in this case. To be honest, it's not the warmest so don't purchase it in hopes of wearing it in the freezing cold. It's best saved for early to late fall and then some of those mild days that can happen during the winter (*fingers crossed*). I also love the length which works well for my 5'4" height since it falls just above my knee. The only thing I need to alter will be the sleeves since they are too long - but that's the case with all coats, shirts, sweaters, tops, etc. I have the shortest arms so everything always comes past my fingers. These leopard pumps were my Black Friday sale splurge and are worth every penny! They have been on my wish list for more than a year because I felt they were the perfect leopard pump. Great print, pointy toe and a heel height that I can walk in! And once I add on a rubber sole to the bottom, these will be a shoe that I can envision having for the next 10 years. (Driving down that cost per wear!!)
Jacket - Anthropologie | Turtleneck - Banana Republic | Leggings - Trouve (similar here and I heard these are amazing on!) | Shoes - Gianvito Rossi (great budget leopard pumps here and love these at a mid price point) | Bag - Saint Laurent | Sunglasses - Illesteva
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