Leopard on Leopard.

Red and leopard always look great together; and you can't go wrong with double leopard! Also: The best $56 top!

Happy Wednesday, friends! How is the week going? I’m feeling pretty good. I’ve been getting in my morning workouts (makes such a difference in the rest of my day), and I just booked a semi spontaneous trip to Charleston this weekend. I haven’t been back since the week before Halloween, which isn’t that long… unless you’re me and act like you live there. I think I’ve been avoiding it as I’ve been so healthy and whenever I go there I just eat and drink my way through the city. A visit is overdue and I’m already realllly excited for good food, friends, and (slightly!) warmer weather. There’s something that makes me so giddy and excited about a trip – even if it’s a place like Charleston or Cape Cod that I’ve been to a million times.

The other exciting thing piece of news that I have for you is that I am going to meet my favorite artist on Friday – Hunt Slonem!  He’s the one who does all those bunnies I love (I went so far as to frame his wallpaper as I can’t afford the real deal just yet.) Trent and I are visiting the studio, taking a bunch of photos, and I will be doing a feature about him here on the blog. I’m truly out of my mind excited… he’s my favorite! Also on the art front – I went to this exhibit yesterday and it was AMAZING. Highly recommend if you are in the New York area!!!

I hope you guys are having a good week.  As for clothes, there is never enough leopard. I love doubling up… a statement coat + easy heels… or even a little leopard clutch. Three leopard pieces is too much, but two is just enough. 🙂 In less exciting/slightly disturbing and upsetting news, I lost my favorite pair of Celine sunglasses. I’m so bummed. To replace them, I bought this much less expensive pair and have been loving them so far. But yeah. This is why we can’t have nice things.

Outfit Details: J. McLaughlin Coat (sold out but also love this, this, + this) // ASOS Blouse (also here, + in emerald, yellow, + white) // Good American Jeans // J.Crew Pumps (a few years old but these are very similar and a great price. I love this pair too.) // Wandler Bag // Polaroid Sunglasses // BaubleBar Sequin Earrings

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  1. I find leopard such a hard print to get into and to work into an outfit. I don’t think I’d dare with a coat myself, but shoes, I like it! You look gorgeous too! 🙂

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  2. Emily says 2.7.18

    Ahhh! Have so much fun in Charleston! I can’t wait to go back next month for a friends wedding. Also, love some double leopard!

  3. Samantha David says 2.7.18

    Have so much fun in Charleston! I’ve always wanted to go!


  4. Jada says 2.7.18
  5. Emily B. says 2.7.18

    Love Hunt Slonem! I can’t wait to see your post! I became obsessed with him when I saw the fabric Sally from A Piece of Toast used in her nursery. I’m probably going to have to copy her and do that since fabric, like your framed wallpaper, is more in my budget than a real piece!

  6. Natali says 2.7.18

    How amazing it is that you get the chance to visit your fave artist and his studio too! Enjoy it to the max! I also love your leo coat, it’s perfect and so snuggly!


  7. dana says 2.7.18

    Love the leopard!
    So exciting that you’re going to Charleston – the best city!

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  8. Jenn Lake says 2.7.18

    So exciting about Charleston! Happy Wednesday, lady!

  9. Rachel says 2.7.18

    I love leopard, I definitely wear it as a neutral. That’s exciting about Hunt Slonem! I have a pet rabbit, so anything bunny I love 🙂

    • I love bunnies!!!! I want to get one for Tyrion but I think that would be a bad idea. My old coworker had three!!

  10. Chelsea Finn says 2.7.18

    I LOVE the leopard print! And with that pop of red it’s so fun!

    xx Chelsea