Happy Friday! At least I know that it is Friday. I haven’t felt like I’ve known what day it is in weeks! Are you all slowly getting back into the swing of normalcy? I am slowly but surely coming out of the Christmas coma! If you are new to the blog, two times each month, I get with my favorite girls (called Chic at Every Age) who represent different ages to style a particular piece the way our demographic would wear it. Today, the Chic at Every Age girls are “leopard ladies,” sporting this soft faux fur jacket. Y’all, this jacket is so comfy and cute with the cropped silhouette. It’s different from any jacket that I have, and you won’t believe the price! It’s only $79! You did read that right!
Everyone should order this leopard jacket! $79 is crazy!
When the four of us get together, we come with the piece we have chosen, but with it styled our way. We don’t tell each other ahead of time how we are styling; we just show up. It’s so fun to see what each girl comes up with.
Natalie- The Fashion Hour, wore her jacket with ripped jeans and black top and beanie. Her look is very “street style” and perfect for her age group.
Samantha- Style of Sam, wore her jacket with a leather skirt and booties. I love how Sam always takes a risk, and it always pays off!
Heather- So Heather– paired her jacket with a cropped leather pant, white tee, and those killer Balenciaga pumps! So glam as usual!
I chose to wear the jacket with a print blouse underneath. I thought everyone might choose a solid to go under the jacket and wanted to show that you can mix a print with leopard (at least I think it works!). This blouse is the same as the one I wore here, just in a different print. I also think the white jean looks good with the jacket. It’s a bit unexpected.
You can mix prints with Leopard print!
What do you have planned for the weekend? Our grandkids finally get back from Florida, and I am so excited to see them! We bought my parents a new television and have been trying to set them up and show them how to work it. I have to admit; I am scared to mess with our remote. I’m always afraid I’m going to mess something up. I don’t watch TV during the day, and if we watch a show, my husband controls the remote (that sounds so sexist) because I would rather him mess it up if one of us does! Why are TV’s so complicated? I wish there were just a knob to turn like back in the good old days! Anyway, we are trying to help them this weekend, and of course, if it’s hard for me, it’s extra hard for my mom and dad. Pray for us!
I hope you have a great weekend! Thank you so much for reading! xx
Photos: Beckley & Co