Apologies for the shortage of Here’s how we wear post last week. I hope you didn’t miss it too much, but alas it is back. And it’s a good un. Now today’s style never fails to make people smile, and it’s always a great ways to brighten up a simple item. Everybody loves them somewhere along the line. Even Kat Slater’s a huge fan. Yep, this week we’re wearing:
Lyzi says “Don’t be afraid to think outside the box and mix patterns. Animal print doesn’t have to mean leopard print, as lush as it is! I made the skirt myself out of duck-print vintage cotton!”
I say “I always add a bright colour with my animal printed pieces (I say, in a burgundy knit!) You don’t have to be as safe as you think with animal prints. The more animals, the better I say!”
Char says “I’ve always been drawn to quirky prints, especially animals, so when this became an actual trend and I no longer looked like Miss Frizzle from the Magic School Bus, I must admit I was freaking thrilled! This bee print dress is perfect for work with a plain cardigan and I’ve managed to get a little print-mixing in with leopard print shoes!”
Caroline says “I can’t get enough of animal printed dresses right now, this is my third one, and I’m pretty sure it won’t be the last. They’re easy to wear, dressed up with heels and clutch or dressed down with brogues and a belt.. ta da!”
Are you a fan of animal print? Do you rock the leopard print? Sugarhill Boutique have endless choices of animal printed things, ranging from pony dresses to adorable fox knits.