Old Favourites: Leopard in Leather

leather, leopard print, pleated skirt, primark, missguided, ebay, studded boots




Outfit Details:
Shirt: Missguided
Skirt: Primark
Boots: eBay

Makeup Details:
Face: B. Flawless Complete Coverage Foundation, Benefit Boi-ing Concealer, Loreal Lumi Magique Pen, Rimmel Stay Matte Powder
Cheeks: E.L.F Baked Blushers in Pinktastic and Peachy Cheeky
Eyes: Urban Decay Smog and Suspect, Rimmel Scandaleyes Eyeliner in Nude, Rimmel Scandaleyes Mascara
Lips: Rimmel Apocalips in Luna

Seeing as this blog isn't my first, I've decided to start a new series called Old Favourites here on The Glitter Vixen. There are some outfits I featured on my old blog that I love too much not to share them here on the blog I am most proud of! I've decided I'll also be doing product reviews as part of my Old Favourites series too - things like the No7 BB Cream and my E.L.F Shimmer Palette were reviewed on my old blog but I use them so often it makes sense I bring over my reviews onto a blog that actually exists as I finally got round to removing my old blog the other day.

So, as you can see, today's Old Favourite is an outfit. I've added both pictures from when I wore it the other day and the original pictures which appeared on Lookbook for comparison purposes! I've also updated my Violet Vixen V2 Post with Lookbook pictures too so you can see how my style has changed over time (or not as may be the case!) In all fairness, this outfit doesn't vary much when I wear it. This time I did want to change it up and add my bowler hat with ears to it but is has been so windy recently that any kind of hat, especially my bowler hat, is just not appropriate attire. I'm also being exceptionally lazy with jewelry at the moment although we have some great rings in at work that would work so well with this outfit, may have to purchase some soon.

I have quite the collection of sheer shirts/blouses and I think this Missguided leopard print number is probably my favourite. My Primark pleated "leather" skirt is another favourite item simply because I had to engage in an epic bidding war on eBay to get my hands on it. I remember being at work (naughty naughty) and bidding on it in the last 5 minutes on my phone and doing a triumphant air punch when I won and trying to conceal that as being just so enthusiastic about selling pizza. The day I decided to put these two items together was a very good one. I can't wear this outfit without getting compliments - in fact, the first time I wore it I was out shopping in Aberystwyth and I had a huge conversation with a girl in my favourite Aberystwyth shop about how great my style was. It's enough to give me a big head, I swear.

Are you as big a fan of leopard print as I am?