Sporting a Fever

In the name of trying to save money for what may be a very costly month as Hannukah draws near, I have turned into a closet shopper. To define it more clearly, a closet shopper is one that might hunt for online sales done surreptitiously in a dark closet, where nobody could be found. Rather, I am shopping in my own proper closet. This doesn’t deflect on the fact that I had to recently purchase not one, but two steel rolling racks to accommodate all the new stuff that just keeps piling in. I don’t like the way the racks look in my bedroom– they look so utilitarian, and I’m just sick of buying stuff. Because my wares are now visible, I’m forced to examine each and every garment, organize them by color, and wear what I own, forcing a renaissance onto each said piece.

My husband says I must be sporting a fever, as he’s never seen me refrain like this. Then again, I might have the chicken pox, as I’ve been feeling a bit woozy after having found the spots on my body I was hunting for last week.

Speaking of spots, can a leopard really change theirs? Can one really change their habits?

Leopard spots

pierre balmain leopard jacket // alice & olivia maxi dress // asos cross body bag // schutz booties

Leopard spots

In today’s installment, I wore last spring’s maxi dress, paired it with this grey clutch that I bought on sale last year at 70% off at The Outnet, Schutz booties and this leopard jacket on major sale at Blue and Cream, one of my favorite shops. Now that it is a bit chilly out, I would wear a long sleeve maxi dress and pair it with a pair of moto booties.

Leopard spots

‘Tis the season to start showing some leg a la Angelina Jolie.

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Are you with me?

Photos: Jim D’Angelo 

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