Leopard skirt and couture stockings: wow, now you think I changed my habits. No, let me reassure you for those who already follow me and sorry for the others who would have clicked compulsively: I wear a leopard print skirt, but it’s a midi length (hi hi !) AND I mix my couture stockings (real ones !) with low-boots. All together with my Weill vintage coat that I truly love.
I already showed you my made in France couture stockings with another outfit. And besides, I must make a confession: the day I published this post, I got a lot of positives messages, except one: one of you said that my photos were tacky or old-fashioned. At the time, I was a little ennoyed thinking “well, it’s just one more hater who doesn’t know what to do” and it did not take me a long time to realize she was right: yes, these photos and my outfits aren’t nice. Well, so it happens to everyone, and you know what: it’s not a big deal and it surely will happen to me again !
Small info which is quite important: don’t do like me, avoid couture stockings when it’s -5°C outside: because on the tupper tights, it’s freeeeeeezing !!! Crazy me.
OK, I wish you a good evening and I promise I try to brave the cold once again very soon for a new outfit.
Made in France: Cervin couture stockings, Emmanuelle Zysman earrings, Robert Clergerie low-boots/ Weill (vintage) coat, Roseanna skirt, Rodier sweater