Animal prints have been prevalent in design and fashion for awhile now, and zebra is probably my favorite. I think it works almost like a neutral. But for this outfit, I wanted the skirt to take center stage, so I paired it with an even more neutral chambray camp shirt.
I love it with a touch of orange too, but I tried to keep this outfit more subdued. I tend to gravitate to the unexpected (much to my traditional mom’s chagrin). Yes, I said chagrin. I also say pardon, willy-nilly and crappola.
The good thing about photographing your outfits is being able to view them objectively. After seeing these, I’m not a fan of the
orthopedic wedges with this outfit.
I have a long torso, so I usually wear my skirts higher than my natural waist…it makes it appear slimmer and my legs longer. *snort*
I also realized when I try a no-teeth-smile, I just look pissy. So back to big, toothy grins in the future. And how badly do you want that zebra as a pet?! Except we learned the hard way they can be mean.
Do you have much zebra in your home or wardrobe (or tied up in your backyard)? You can see this skirt in another outfit here.