Outfit | White, Denim, and Leopard Slip Ons

4. September 2014

Fashion Landscape Wearing: Daniel Wellington Watch c/oCéline ‘Baby Audrey’ Sunglasses c/o SmartBuyGlasses, Zara Boyfriend Jeans (shop similar here, here, here, here, and here), Zara Blazer (find similar herehere, here, here, here, here, here, and here), H&M T-Shirt, Dune Leopard Slip Ons (buy similar here, here, here, here, here, here, and here), and a Proenza Schouler Bag 

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I’m gonna be honest, but I have never been a fan of leopard print. In my eyes and mostly due to a lot of movie stereotypes, it often looks cheap, tacky, and vulgar. However, during the last couple of years, I’ve changed my mind about that and while I still think it can look cheap and vulgar at times, this is not a law in every case. Lookbooks and editorials such as the ones from Studio Nicholson, Céline’s infamous slip ons, and fashion editors such as Emmanuelle Alt have completely made my aversion to leopard print fade and have made me more tolerant towards it. And while I still think head-to-toe leopard print is a big no-no, a small dose or even a coat combined and balanced out in a right way can look incredibly chic and classy.

One of my favorite combinations and only ways I’d wear leopard is what you are looking at above. I think leopard print combined with total black, white trousers, denim, and camel is so Parisian chic. Loving it so much that I am seriously considering buying a leopard coat or leopard pointy courts to wear them with my usual all black ensembles. We’ll see about that. I’m taking it in baby steps.

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Ich werde ehrlich sein, aber ich bin noch nie ein Fan von Leoparden-Print gewesen. Nach meiner Meinung sieht das oft billig und vulgär aus und Stereotypen von Filmen sind am meisten dafür Schuld. Jedoch hat das sich im letzten Jahr geändert, da ich heutzutage glaube, dass Leoparden-Print nicht unbedingt billig aussehen musst. Kataloge wie die von Studio Nicholson, die berühmten Céline Slip On Turnschuhen, und Fashion Editors wie Emmanuelle Alt haben meine Meinung mit der Zeit geändert. Obwohl ich immer noch glaube, dass Leoparden-Print vom Kopf bis Fuß ein Fashion-No-No ist, sieht er mit bestimmten Kombinationen und in kleinen Dosen sehr schick aus, wie z.B. mit weißen Hosen, mit Schwarz von Kopf bis Fuß, mit Denim, und mit Kamel. So kann der Print einen an Pariser Chic erinnern.

Eine meiner Lieblings-Kombinationen ist, was ihr auf dem Bild seht und das ist eine der einzigen Formen, wie ich diesen Print tragen würde. Jetzt gefällt mir das so sehr, dass ich mir gerade überlege, ob ich einen Mantel und Spitzen Pumps in Leoparden-Print kaufen sollte, da ich so oft schwarz und weiß trage. Schau ma mal, erst in kleinen Schritten.

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Debo confesar que nunca he sido fanática de los estampados animales y siempre los he considerado vulgares más que todo debido a muchas películas en donde así se estereotipa a las personas que lo llevan. Sin embargo, en los últimos años he cambiado de opinión y me he dado cuenta que no debe verse siempre necesariamente vulgar y que no es ninguna ley. Han sido precisamente redactoras de moda como Emmanuelle Alt, las famosas zapatillas de Céline, y catálogos como el de Studio Nicholson los que han hecho  desaparecer mi aversión por él. Aunque todavía creo que llevar estampado animal de pies a cabeza es un grave error, el llevarlo en  pequeñas dosis y con ciertas combinaciones puede verse muy elegante y chic parisien.

Una de las únicas combinaciones como llevaría el estampado es como la véis en el outfit de hoy y también con blanco, negro de pies a cabeza, camel y vaqueros. Me gusta tanto que estoy considerando comprar un abrigo y unos salones con el estampado, pero lo voy a llevar paso a paso.

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11 responses to “Outfit | White, Denim, and Leopard Slip Ons”

  1. claudia says:

    Me encanta el look con la blazer y los boyfriend! Las zapatillas muy chulas!
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  2. Fabi says:

    Great combination! The slip ons are a great statement, and the leopard print looks very chic on your outfit,I really liked it.

  3. Gap says:

    Great look, I love the slippers pattern!
    XOX, Gap.
    http://www.gaptoothedgirl.com

  4. Theresa says:

    I totally agree with you on leopard prints. I also like it in doses or as say a standout piece like a sweater or jacket. I think a leopard coat would be fab on you! Go for it. And as for this mix, such a great execution of laid back chic per usual. Looking lovely my friend!

    xxTheresa

  5. […] Laura Dittrich is wearing a boyfriend jeans and blazer from Zara, T-shirt from H&M, leopard print slip-ons from Dune and a bag from Proenza Schouler […]

  6. Lizzy says:

    Another perfect look! I love the shoesss!

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  7. I love this style the shoes give the final touch 🙂

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  8. miri says:

    Love the jeans! Great casual outfit. 🙂
    XX
    Miri
    http://currentlywearing.com/prague-walks/

  9. María says:

    Divinas las zapatillas 🙂 De ahora en más va en español
    Un beso grande, xx

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