The Fashion Skillet


For some reason, I believe most things can be equated to food (maybe that’s because I was incredibly hungry when I took these shots)—, and fashion is no exception! If my outfit was speaking at that moment it would probably mutter something along the lines of “marble rye bread, licorice, and cherry pie,” … but that’s not entirely a meal is it?

Hungriness is an intense feeling: when you’re past your average waiting period of wanting to be refuelled, your little fashion eyes might become tricksy for the sake of time. This was one of those days.

I wore this outfit on a weekend just before heading out to a late lunch. Initially, I had this dress on, but since I typically get cold rather easily I brought out the leopard that I had nearby to keep me warm. This was also a playful mix of patterns that I love to wear, but had not really photographed before. I added a belt to slightly break up the leopard print, in lieu of having a leopard overload.
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Animal prints are generally classified as bold and brave patterns to wear, but for me, it’s clearly a neutral to a certain extent. Just as indulging in any favourite meal or snack (when wearing a more daring blend of textures and patterns), I take a moment to evaluate the ingredients and confidently commit without abandon. But, for me, it’s always an everlasting fashion tendency not just for a single style serving or season. You either own it or you don’t!

Are you boldly wearing YOU inside and out?
Winter fashion tartan how to wear leopard
The goods: Belt-H&M, Dress (seen here)-Love To Kuvaa, Shoes-BCBG, Necklace and Leopard jumper-c/o Oasap, Eel skin handbag-Vintage, Vintage diamond bracelet-Family heirloom, Tights-c/o Veneziana.

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