Hello my fashionsistas!
Welcome to this week’s episode of Ask Marina! Today’s question comes from Wendy from Maryland. Wendy writes:
I just bought a pair of leopard heels (court style) and I am thinking of taking them back. They look hot on my feet but I feel like they don’t go with any of my clothes. It could be that I’m not used to wearing leopard - I usually wear really plain comfortable clothes and shoes but since watching your videos I’m inspired to dress a bit more glam but also stay comfortable. It would be great if you could please share some tips on how to style leopard print heels.
Thanks so much,
Wendy from Maryland
Watch below to hear my advice on what to wear with leopard print heels
I hope you loved this video and found it helpful.
And remember, you don’t need to be a model to look like you’ve stepped off the runway – you just need a killer wardrobe and some lipstick!
Can’t watch this video right now? Here is everything I said about how to style outfits with leopard print heels xox
Anything denim! Start with jeans; skinny-legged, wide-legged, cropped jeans or boyfriend style any style jeans will look hot with leopard heels. Also when you’re feeling a bit more comfortable start playing with denim skirts, shorts and even overalls.
Standard blue washed denims are the most wearable wear for leopard, because you can pair them with pretty much anything for a daytime or nighttime look.
You can really take a look from day to night with leopard heels. So, if you’re wearing all black at work with plain court shoes, then a pair of leopard heels is great to style up your outfit for after work drinks.
High-gloss black leggings or even jeggings and an oversized jumper will look effortless and chic during winter and fall.
Once you’re confident
When you get a little more comfortable and feel like getting creative start introducing colours, a red midi skirt with a leopard pair of heels and a really pretty top tucked in (I’d go a white top with spaced out stripes).
There’s so many endless ways to style leopard heels, but if you’re not confident, denim is the easiest way to go and then slowly start to experiment.