How to ‘fit in’ and ‘stand out’ in work, all at the same time :)

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Hello again 🙂

We all know that animal prints belong to the classics category. Transformed and updated over the years, they had their not-so-glamurous years too (with zebra and other prints coming out in bright pink and other neon colours, which sometimes were on a boarder of cool – slash – tacky), but the traditional leopard print in warm tones of brown and black, where applied in small enough amounts or in a form of accessory, always added glam and a hint of sexiness to a women’s look. That’s a great look for an evening, or a romantic date, but what about work? Maybe an animal print in it’s latest form – not only the pattern, but the actual animal being printed on your clothes? After the great success of owls and other birds (being applied to nearly every accessory, not only in your wardrobe, but also in your home) – now, fashion is after something bigger 😉 We’re talking leopards, deers, zebras and any other ZOO resident that you can think of 😉 I put my bet on a Zebra, and went for this funky Top Shop shirt, which brightens up the typical skirt and a jacket work combo! I love the animal detail, and the bright green stripe lives the whole outfit up and adds a bit fun to it.  Combined with traditional tweed jacket with leather inserts, and no-so-traditional leather skirt, I achieved a look (or at least I hope so!) that will make me fit in, and stand out at the same time!

What are your ideas for a funky work dress-code?

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Shirt: Top Shop; jacket: Penneys; skirt: Zara; boots: Aldo; bag: Fiorelli; necklace: Dorothy Perkins; earrings: Aldo

Photos By: Foka

Ania

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