With the entire world [im]patiently waiting for Kate Middleton to give birth, it leaves us common folk with many questions to be answered — What will Kate’s post-baby style be like? The same, more, or less L.K. Bennett? What will the baby wear? Who will be the first designer to dress the royal baby? Will the royal gynecologist get his or her own reality TV show? Do royals actually give birth or does the baby magically appear in a cashmere blanket woven with 24k gold?
But today I’m not answering any of these questions…however, if you’re interested in royal things, luxury things, or both then I suggest you keep reading.
When you’ve just been found guilty of a tax-evasion lawsuit that started in 2010, you deserve a little break right? Well, maybe not normal people but this is Dolce & Gabbana’s Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana we’re talking about here. The boys that made bustiers and leopard happen. Sometimes simultaneously!
And because they’re going away for one year and eight months (and not to rehab or on vacation), I thought a little tribute to some of their recent and most memorable collections was in order.
Or as I like to call them “tech-cessories.”
Leopard, and animal print in general, is something that I’ve always liked in small doses but never really incorporated into my wardrobe. After including a little bit of leopard in my What I’m [Surprisingly] Coveting for Fall 2011 post and actually purchasing my first leopard piece, an Alexander McQueen leopard print wrap bracelet, I’m finally giving in. After all…leopard IS neutral.
Check out my favorite [tasteful] leopard picks below. (remember, leopard can sometimes look cheap so make sure it’s a tasteful piece!)
How to you wear your leopard?