Is This Panther in Disguise? (It's Safari-Style Time)
You may not actually be going to on a safari unless you’re Angelina Jolie, but you can still dress for it. As an FYI: I hold the same belief for going skiing. You won’t find me on the slopes since I don’t want to fall down a gazillion times and I most certainly would – but I will dress the part of a snow bunny if I feel like it.
When girls go for the safari look, they go glam. Bold prints, glittering diamonds, bright colors, and big beaded baubles all come into play. And let’s emphasize that word – play.
[ Pictured right: Kenneth Jay Lane Panther Necklace (SALE $80.90) at Saks Fifth Avenue. I don’t know why it has spots, maybe it’s actually a leopard? Or, maybe it’s in disguise? What? That’s not crazy! Don’t look at me like I’m crazy. …Alexis totally will, when she reads this. I know it. Me = psychic.]
The safari look is not for a dull woman whose idea of a good night is watching the news and eating a handful of MnM’s while wearing a beige colored robe. God… I feel ill just thinking of that type of person. The safari look is about having fun.
[ Pictured left: Dooney & Bourke Zebra Watch ($110.00) at bloomingdale’s.]
Isn’t it about time you had some? Yea, I think so too.
Betsey Johnson has incorporated a lot of leopard print into her latest jewelry collection. I don’t like it all, but there
are some pieces that I think are very appealing, as in: me likey! (Mirela said that phrase to me once and it’s stuck in my head.)
[ Pictured left: Betsey Johnson Leopard Necklace ($40.00) at Macy’s.]
Arianna and Brenae – now it’s your turn to either talk about safari-esque clothing, and/or tell us what to wear with our safari-inspired pieces of jewelry so we don’t look ridiculous. Are you up for your mission?!
Here’s to living in sublime style,
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