How the Leopard Got Its Stripes

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I’m trying to decide whether I should comment on my bad hair day. I mean I know I was out of hairspray on a moist day and my hair was not looking its best. But there’s a chance if I don’t mention it none of you will be paying attention anyway. But if I don’t say anything you might think I looked like this on purpose or that my vision has taken a sudden turn for the worse. Still, if I make a comment like “OMG my hair looks like a hot mess fo realz” (because that’s how I talk), you might think I’m just fishing for compliments. OH, and all the hair talk might distract you from this awesome outfit.

OK, it’s decided. I’m not saying anything about my hair.

Now let me talk about this outfit, which is the only thing I’m talking about in this blog post. Does this count as all neutrals? I mean: black, brown, white, navy, and gray. All neutrals! And yet something about stripes and leopard print and knee high boots says “KAPOW! LOOK AT ME!” which is pretty much the opposite of neutral. I’m going to call it KAPOW because that’s more exciting.

Thank you for for reading this post that’s not about hair.

Dress (on sale) // similar Shirt // Boots (on sale) // Bracelet

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9 thoughts on “How the Leopard Got Its Stripes

  1. I love the unexpected combination of navy stripes with a leopard print shirt! Also, I actually think your hair looks super cute pinned back like that, but you can pretend I didn’t say that if you want since this post isn’t about your hair (and you’re definitely not fishing for compliments!) 😉

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