More predatory print for me! I got double the cheetah on my dress and heels... maybe my outfit choices are trying to tell me something about my subconscious desires? My guess is that is has something to do Cheetos and Josie and the Pussycats. Yep. Thought you had me fooled, huh brain? No hard feelings, though. I totally agree -- a nu-millenium movie marathon complete with a feast of cheese-powdered corn snacks sounds like PARADISE. I wore this catty get-up to the mall with my best buds, Tyler and Rach (who also happens to be my sister). We're big fans of Jamba Juice, Panda Express, and the general ambiance of the food court. Think we're kidding? Ask any of the employees at Crazy Wraps... they see us there, every Friday night, lounging for hours under the sweet glow of halogen lighting overhead. Remind me to see if there's a fan page for food courts that I can 'like' on FB. Or two. or three. Or all five hundred and ninety-six.
FROM TOP TO BOTTOM:
Spiked headband - OASAP
Cat-eye sunglasses - 80s Purple
Red lip - RETROFUTURIST, Lime Crime
Necklaces - THIS IS TRANSITION, Rings & Tings
Leather jacket - Diesel
Fringe vest - YES STYLE
Leopard dress - OASAP
Bullet wrist cuff - MADLADY
Mixed metal charm bracelet - VANESSA MOONEY
Bando Liera Miu Miu bag - Bergdorf Goodman
Leopard pumps - PINK & PEPPER
My body-hugging leopard dress is from Oasap, a site with a price range and inventory similar to Romwe. For a $23 staple item with a MILLION layering possibilities, this dress is a pretty sick deal. I might even try it over a pair of leather leggings, or even tucked into a high-waisted circle skirt! GEE I'm feeling light-headed already. Clothes... they'll do that to ya.
Now for my favorite part -- addressing the shimmering beacons of SHOE PERFECTION on my feet. These leopard print pumps are the product of design genius. Compliments to the chef - Pink and Pepper! I like to imagine that the creative team behind their brand looks something like The Avengers, except SUPER fashionable and a lot less buff. (Less time at the gym lifting weights, more time at the factory sketching shoes, please!) They *literally* struck gold when they invented the concept for this shoe -- animal print swathed in glitter and mounted on a platform. I would even go so far as to say that those platforms aren't actually platforms... they're mini-thrones to honor the ROYALTY that is the pump itself. SHOEZ. I would bow down to you, but I can't bring myself to take you off my feet! Hope you understand XOXO. The shoes aren't officially for sale online yet, but you can browse the rest of the kick-ass collection on DSW here!
Everything is infinite,