I honestly can not get enough of leopard prints. I have them on shoes, bags, sunglasses, blouses, skirts, and scarfs. Some might say, the only thing missing and probably a leopard print hat. As you can see, I was able to score this skirt up for under $7! Talk about a steal and what makes it even better is that it is soft and stretchy, which in my book equals comfort. I love wearing it with just a plain top and heels for those 9-5 office hours, which is what I choose to do down below. I just checked on their website and they are all sold out in regular sizes with a limited selection from the plus sizes department. Another option would be their animal print midi-skirt.
Ever since I can remember, Cato’s has always been a favorite place of mine to shop with my mom in my hometown. Cato’s always had clothes for girls/juniors up to plus sizes and that makes it a one-stop shop place for my mom. As you can tell, some of her savvy-ness has rubbed off on me and is one of my favorite stores to still browse from time to time. While most people have already packed their summer items away, I am scoring them down to wear a few weeks longer. Here in Georgia, though the mornings are chilly and peaceful by noon it heats up to the high 70’s.
I am thinking about pairing these up with some booties and a slouchy cardigan for a comfier look, so stay tuned if it was a must or a bust… must as in I should repeat the style or bust as in a no-go (like… in ever!).
For the skirt, it is a size small and the actual length of the skirt is an inch longer than what is shown. While I rolled up the waist portion, I was able to have it hit at my knees which is the desired length when I am short and stubby. The white blouse is medium and also from Cato’s and though it gives me enough snuggle room, it feels a tad large on me, but the small would have been too small.
All in all, I can never have enough leopard prints items in my closet. On top of that, I love how they can be worn all year round and they have become a staple in my wardrobe. Maybe I need an intervention to prevent me from purchasing more (haha).