Classic Pieces: Cheetah

When thinking of ideas for what to write about, I get them at the most random (and often most inconvenient) times. The idea for this post came about as I was doing my homework last night and had Pandora on to the Michelle Branch station, which low and behold started playing The Cheetah Girls. Though I must admit I am not the biggest fan of most "traditional" Disney movies (and have yet to see Frozen, sorry- I'll get to it) I was reminded of my love for Disney Channel. If you did not love the Cheetah Girls growing up....

Stereotyped with tacky outfits and cougar mothers, cheetah print can sometimes get a bad rep. I think incorporated in small doses into an outfit, cheetah can even make the perfect outfit statement/neutral piece. Here are some of my favorite ways to incorporate some into your wardrobe (without looking too much like a jungle child). Also, just for reference, I kind of placed leopard and cheetah together, since it's hard for me to tell them apart, but you get the idea. 
Even though I have absolutely no need for these loafers- I still feel that I need them 

Love this navy and cheetah combination

Happy Thursday! Hope you have a great start to the weekend!

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Some similar items to some of the things featured:

-J.Crew Printed Calf Hair Belt
-Sam Edelman Alvin Leopard Loafers
-J.Crew Etta Calf Hair Pumps
-Leopard Infinity Scarf

P.S. On a random note, I came across a really interesting BuzzFeed article that has been floating around on 77 Facts That Sound Like Huge Lies But Are Actually True. Really interesting and some of them completely surprised me (like the one about what Jupiter would look like if it was as close to Earth as the Moon).

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