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So leopard print is showing no sign of going away anytime soon.  I’ve seen a lot style bloggers recently saying that they class leopard print as a neutral.

Whatever your stance on it there’s no denying that leopard print is still a favourite with many fashion retailers.  I have to say that I personally cannot pull off leopard print clothes, but I’m certainly a big fan of using it in accessories.

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Recent purchase from Jones The Bootmaker (AW15)

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One of my very favourite Boden purchases. This cross body saddle bag is stylish and practical and gets a lot of wear!

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Louis Vuitton leopard print scarf – an easy way to add a bit of ‘Rrrrroarrrr’ to your outfit! I also have this……

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…… in red!

And adding some quirky leopard print shoes or sandals always up your jeans and workwear to something a bit more fun.  Even our senior female politicians, like Home Secretary Theresa May, are not immune to a bit of leopard print!

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I love these block heeled pumps from Moda in Pelle. They are really comfortable and I often wear them to liven up a work trouser suit.

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One of my favourite summer sale purchases from Boden in 2015. Why had I never looked at Boden’s girl’s range of shoes before. They go up to adult sizes and are slightly wider in the foot.

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Clarks flat leopard print pumps are so great as a basic addition to wearing jeans that I got them in two colours!

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And here’s the other pair!

And I couldn’t finish without a picture of the Home Secretary’s feet in full leopard print splendour!

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Theresa May rocking leopard print kitten heels!

Have a great weekend!
Marguerite x

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