Monday, September 28, 2015

Leopard is the new Black

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I have really been wanting a great leopard print dress for a while now. Leopard is definitely one of my favorite prints. It has the great ability to be both bold and classic all at the same time. Traditionally leopard prints are made up of neutral colors and therefore can be worn as a neutral, hence the name of the blog post. This makes it super versatile and means you can wear it with pretty much any color just like you would any other neutral color.

So I was extremely excited when I ran across this leopard print midi dress on sale at I love the length and style of the dress. The only problem was that the biggest size they had was a 10 and I am definitely not a 10. I have heard a lot about how ASOS American sizing runs a little big especially for bodycon dresses so I decided to just go for it and get the 10. I would have preferred a bigger size, but I think it works over all.

Dress - ASOS || Purse - Charles Jourdan via Neiman Marcus Last Call || Heels - GoJane

Mahogany Closet Mondays Fashion Link-Up

I love hosting this link up. It is meant to be a way for bloggers to share their person style, connect with other bloggers, and gain new followers. Bloggers can submit a link to one of their fashion posts using the Inlinkz widget below. I will share a couple of my favorites on social media and in a blog post. Link up will open on Monday and remain open throughout the week.

Featured Fashionistas from last week's link up ... 

I normally only feature outfit post since it is a fashion link up but we often get some great other beauty and fashion related post so I thought it would be nice to feature one of those too and I absolutely love this make up look Alma created. Hope you guys enjoy it too.

I want to thank everyone who linked up last week and can't wait to see your outfits for this week!! Share your favorite outfit(s) post of the week.

1. Follow your host on InstagramFacebook, and/or Bloglovin.

2. Use the widget below to link to a specific outfit post, not your homepage

3. Visit and leave a comment on at least 2 other links, preferably one from before and one after your own (This is the most important rule. The point of this link up is to network, become better, and help grow our blogs. The only way this will work is if we start by connecting with and supporting each other


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