Weekend Wear: Leopard Flats! OOTD #20

Jazzing up a basic outfit

I had to document this outfit because it’s very possibly the last time my ankles will see the light of day this season! Okay, I’m being dramatic, but I basically wear boots every day from November to February.

I’m also frequently wearing turtlenecks because I hate when my neck is freezing. This basic beige one is from Uniqlo and I’m really impressed with the quality. I’ve had it for over a year and it hasn’t pilled at all or lost its shape. It’s a thicker cotton too, so it’s warmer than your typical J Crew tissue turtleneck, but it’s still pretty soft. Here are this year’s color options.

These leopard flats are from Steve Madden. I think they’re the first pair of shoes I have from that brand; they were really affordable and surprisingly comfortable! I had been looking for non-calf hair leopard flats for so long!! I didn’t want ones with a print so tiny that it wasn’t noticeable or so large that it became gaudy. I was also looking for a pair that was too warm-toned and orange looking, but not black and white either. I wanted a pointed toe too. This ideal leopard flat was much harder to come by than I would have thought! I’m really glad I didn’t settle though because they’re perfect!

Lastly, I’m wearing my trusty brushed sateen legging jeans from Loft. These are so soft and fit like a glove, but they’re still comfortable and have the perfect amount of stretch. I love the ankle-skimming length on the petite ones (I’m 5’2″).

I’m also carrying an old black crossbody – I’m in the market for a new one actually. Any recommendations for favorite handbag brands? I used to be a huge fan of Kate Spade and Furla – they both have classic shapes and are really great quality that’s lasted me years. I’m looking for something more fashion-y though – maybe angular, more fun, top handle? Not totally sure yet.

Overall, this is a really simple look, but I wanted to share since a few of you asked over on Instagram.

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