The Sol Compass

by Caitlin Hummer

The Tortoise and The Leopard

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While I’m definitely 100% okay with leaving winter behind, I am a little upset about leaving this skirt behind.  The suede trend has been one of my favorites this year, and this skirt always makes me feel like a million bucks when I wear it.  Especially with tights.  There’s just something about putting that extra effort in to wear tights that just totally elevates an outfit to the next level, especially when everyone around you is hiding behind jeans and boots.  Or at least that’s what I’ll tell myself every time I curse the cold wind blowing straight through them.

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Outfit Details – Sweater: Banana Republic | Skirt: Zara (last seen here and here) | Tights: J.Crew Factory | Booties: BC Footwear (last seen here) | Necklace: Banana Republic Factory Store | Scarf: Sole Society (also available at Nordstrom) | Glasses: Warby Parker (last seen here) | Earrings: Bauble Bar | Bracelets: LC Lauren Conrad, The Limited

Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful week!

xo, C

6 thoughts on “The Tortoise and The Leopard

  1. This skirt is pretty adorable. I can see why you love it! It looks so versatile too

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  2. i love all the neutral shades in this look. Too cute!

    Alicia | http://www.BetweenthePearls.com

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  3. What a fun skirt! I get so sad when I finally have to put my winter clothes away 😦

    Mary Kate
    http://www.mynewchicagolife.com

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