These Giuseppe Zanotti shoes were a great sale snag over Christmas and you can remove the ankle strap so they become peep-toe leopard pumps.
Scuba-inspired fashion is all the rage right now and there were lots of pieces I saw coming in from the spring collections. However, this sweater is the only item that really stood out to me in terms of the quality of the material and actual wearability. It is fitted and I like the seam detailing. The color will go with just about everything so you could wear this Derek Lam sweater pretty often and style it with other pieces in your closet. It feels great on your body and slightly thick, just like scuba gear. I paired it with my red leather shorts from Tibi. The contrast of the colors just seemed right at the time even though last time I wore these shorts I wore a similar colored sweater. Sometimes when things work it is good to just do them over again once in a while. Stick to your style and what looks good on you even if it might not seem different enough. Simple is usually always best and you'll end up looking sleek and put together.
Whenever I wear colors like these and I am not wearing any prints I like to pull out a pair of leopard print shoes. The attraction to leopard footwear has not died down at all. It especially goes up in the fall for some reason. These Giuseppe Zanotti shoes were a great sale snag over Christmas and you can remove the ankle strap so they become peep-toe leopard pumps. I was looking for a small, simple ring to wear and I found this one by Jacquie Aiche who also made that arrow cuff I wore a while back. I like how elegant this ring is and the fact that if you blink you can miss it.