How I mixed two different leopard prints!

 

Head over heels in love with this Target dress! I spotted it in store when I was picking up a few items with my boys the other day and I immediately wanted to take a few photos of it to show you! Buuuut, it wasn’t showing up online for me for some reason and just a couple days or so ago, I finally found it online…

 

Online it says it’s a floral print dress but it’s really actually a leopard print of sorts.. anyways though, I adore the deep purple/burgundy color combo on it. I feel like it’s muted enough in its color palette that even those not loving color may find this dress interesting. But when you look close enough, that blue color of the spots is so pretty that it surely will satisfy the color lovers like myself!

 

When I wore it for the first time to my office, everyone in my way commented on it 🙂 Really! I mean, it’s really well made and has some interesting details to it, like the tiny pleats at the bottom of the dress. I really like the long sleeves too; this dress will be perfect for this transitional season now. And I mean, you know I love a midi length so naturally I am a fan of the length here too!

 

Alright 🙂 enough about the dress! I mixed it with my leopard ankle boots I got at Zara last year… and I couldn’t be happier with this mix of two leopard prints. Two  different types of leopard print and different color palettes BUT I am so liking how this turned out. I added this white bag here with some colorful detail on it too and some may say ‘what?’ haha but I say, yes, the more the merrier. I really think all of this works together. Do let me know what you think so please leave me a comment down below.

 

Also, I will say one other thing about the dress – I feel like the cut and style of it (and the unexpected colors) make this dress so special that it might even be perfect to wear to a wedding in the fall or a special night out in the upcoming fall months. What do you think?

 

Wearing: Target dress; Zara ankle boots (old, love these here, here, here and here); Asos bag.

 

 

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