For those who know me, it’s no secret that I love fall. Starting in July, I start my hunt for the perfect fall pieces. The summer is certainly the most expensive time of the year (in terms of shopping) because I just can’t seem to stop myself from buying all the sweaters, scarves, jackets, booties and jeans I can find. It’s actually a problem.
Regardless, I am here today to show you how you can style this leopard scarf three ways! I bought this scarf during the #NSale and it was a steal under $20! Even though it isn’t on sale anymore, it is still a great price and totally worth the money. I mean just think how much use you’ll get out of it?
I first styled this scarf casually with leggings, a striped tee, army jacket and knee high boots. This would definitely be an outfit I’d wear to run errands in or grab coffee with a friend on the weekend. I love leopard because it’s neutral, but keeps things a little sassy – if you know what I mean.
The second look is with a chunky sweater, jeans and booties. I styled this sweater another way recently, which you can see here. Typically, I wouldn’t wear this until probably late October or November when I really needed the extra warmth. However, I totally would’ve rocked it this past week with the temps hovering around 60 most days. I love the way this scarf looks with knits (especially this). Keep in mind this is a cold weather scarf so it actually keeps you pretty warm!
Lastly, I styled this leopard scarf with my favorite swing dress and slip-ons for a more casual look. This would be a look I’d wear to football games or a walk in the park – weather depending.
- SHOP THIS LOOK
- LOOK 1: Top: Gap Factory // Leggings: Zella // Jacket: Target // Scarf: BP. // Boots: Ugg // Necklace: Shop Julia Marie // Ring: Baublebar
- LOOK 2: Sweater: BP. // Jeans: American Eagle // Scarf: BP. // Booties: Steve Madden
- LOOK 3: Dress: Old Navy // Scarf: BP. // Slip-ons: old; DSW // Necklace: Shop Julia Marie // Ring: Baublebar