I referenced my olive jeans in the title of this post and my mind kept reading “olive garden.” I changed the title so it included “leopard” instead and it sounded like there was a leopard in the garden. I give up. I’ll embrace the humor!
Spring is almost here. I can taste it. Usually, the only hints are rain, rain, and more rain, but a bit of warmth from the sun never hurts.
Top: Old Navy
Jeans: Just USA
Belt: Couch Guitar
Bracelets: Various shops
Purse: Crystalyn Kae
I’m always one to cover up with sunscreen but after so much gray, I was happy for a few rays. A little Vitamin D is good this time of year.
I took advantage of the sun and warmth to have a look around my garden. It’s going to need a lot of work, but surprisingly, a lot of things live throughout the winter. And many flowers will start blooming on their own. I’ll fill in whatever’s missing with plants from the nursery.
This isn’t a gardening outfit, but it worked just fine for a peek at the garden for a pre-spring assessment. I’ve worn this shirt with red pants before, so I knew a red belt would work. I wore my olive skinnies because I love olive and red and because the olive was another neutral to balance out the top. The boots pull in shades from my top too.
An arm party is a fun way to accessorize. I wore my Timex and threw in a few stretchy beaded bracelets in colors that matched my outfit.
I’m joining Monday Bloom today. See what everyone else is wearing.
8 responses to “Leopard in the Olive Garden”
Fabulous color combination!
Thank you! I appreciate your kind words.
The olive and red remind me of DLF! 😉
Oooh! You’re right! Don’t let me Grave Danger teammates know what I’ve done here!
You may be tasting spring in Seattle, but we here in Ontario are covered in ice and snow so deep, you can come out in the morning and not find your car!! I envy your back yard and that you can pose in your outfit without being blown away by a chilly wind!
Enough about weather, let’s talk about your outfit–I love leopard print and I love how it goes with everything and any occasion. Dressed up for dinner and parties, dressed down in the garden and walking the dog. Wear it with any colour or neutrals.
Adding bracelets with a watch looks so cool! I love how you’ve paired the bold, masculine-type watch with colourful, pretty beads! I must try that.
I’m ready for spring!! ♥
Sorry to tease you with pictures of our mild winter. Thanks for your comment about my outfit. I agree that leopard is suitable for any occasion. A friend of mine recently landed a new job and partially credits her bold leopard print dress! I’d love to see how you style your watch and bracelets!
Dad bought me a beautiful, velvet leopard print jacket yesterday! Love it!
Sounds great! Velvet and leopard is a great combo!