Leopard Print…

And Workwear –

For work I don’t get to wear my own clothes but have to wear things from the store, which for some people  that would be great but I like wearing an element of vintage with most outfits and like to choose what I fancy for that day not what’s new in or as I call it my uniform. I’m not a huge fan of the clothing from my work place, however the autumn winter collection is rather cooler. It’s a bit darker with a rock edge, which for Warehouse is pretty new. Although I rarely wear black I do love it and theres something about dressing all in black that I find fascinating, it becomes about the textures more than the prints when clothing is all  one colour. To make this outfit a little more me I added my old leopard print coat and one of my designer handbags that I hardly use. Which is silly really as I spent so much money on them. I guess I choose my handbag to match the outfit not because its designer or a vintage one. How do you all find dressing for work, enjoyable or a challenge like me? What I’m wearing –

Coat – Topshop

Shirt & Skirt – Warehouse

Bag – Chanel

Watch – Urban Outfitters

Photos – Shooting Dave

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10 thoughts on “Leopard Print…

  1. You look great in black and with that leopard coat. Well it just all pops with retro glamour. Very Elizabeth Taylor circa 1959. I love it. The only thing missing is a pair of huge dark glasses and Eddie Fisher!


  2. I love the collar of your shirt and that watch is awesome. I have and love so many different vintage pieces I always struggle to know what to put on in the morning, but I’m still searching for the perfect fur coat. You look great! 🙂


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