leopard jackets and suede booties

leapin’ leopard, ladies, it’s mid-october! can you believe the holiday gong is about to chime? i know i know there are still seventy-four days until Christmas arrives. and we still have lots of pumpkin spice coffee to brew before Thanksgiving. but good golly miss molly, where has the year disappeared to? it seems as if it was only yesterday i was on Tybee soaking up the rays, dipping my toes in the sand, and listening to the roar of the surf. but here we are ready to wear leopard jackets and suede booties.

never fear. this time of year is loads of fun, especially when it comes to fashion. there are coats and jackets to wear, sweaters to choose from, denim jeans to don, and of course, a pair of boots. what’s better than that? nuthin’!

leopard jackets and suede booties

leopard jackets and suede booties

today’s ootd (outfit of the day) is all about casual elegance. opens in a new windowstovepipe denim jeans with a relaxed fit start the outfit off with casual ease; they look fantastic with a turtleneck sweater ( opens in a new windowold similar here). add an on-trend opens in a new windowleopard jacket into the mix, and you have the wow factor too. but a opens in a new windowquilted leather handbag with gold chairs and opens in a new windowblack suede booties gives subtle sophistication and a small dose of elegance, which makes this outfit perfect for day or night.

leopard jackets and suede booties

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leopard jackets and suede booties

Leopard Jackets

if you’re like me, you have one eye out every year for the perfect leopard jackets. and i think i might have found the one for me. and maybe you. cropped, boxy jackets are all the rage this year, so this opens in a new window leopard jacket ticks all the boxes. i love the roomy fit that’s perfect to pop over a sweater. even a thick, cable knit sweater if need be. but the best feature of this opens in a new windowsnazzy little number is that it’s two-toned. that’s right. one side is brown, the other black, which gives it endless styling options. and who doesn’t want a versatile jacket?

this leopard jacket is from opens in a new windowAnthropologie, one of my favorite brands. while i don’t typically dress in head-to-toe Anthropologie, i do love their eclectic and vibrant clothes. and their stores are a visual delight. but i can always count on Anthropologie for unique opens in a new windowsweaters, opens in a new windowon-trend jackets, or laid-back opens in a new windowathleisure wear. this is a brand that will keep me relevant and vibrant.

 

 

leopard jackets and suede booties

Suede Booties

another reason to love this time of year is the wide selection of boots. from riding boots, over-the-knee boots, or a casual pair of suede booties boot season is here. and i love it. today, i’m wearing a pair of block heel opens in a new windowblack suede booties from Sam Edelman. they’re perfect with a pair of jeans, but they’ll look equally good with skirts or dresses. don’t be afraid to step out of the style box, ladies.

leopard jackets and suede booties

leopard jackets and suede booties

 

 

a opens in a new windowquilted handbag gives this casual chic outfit spit and polish. don’t forget to cuff your jeans to show off your opens in a new windowsuede booties.

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14 Comments

  1. Judy wrote:

    To use your own words…Golly Miss Molly…that leopard jacket is SO cute!!
    I love the whole outfit.

    Posted 10.12.20
    • my thoughts exactly, judy! what a cute jacket that will be on style repeat all season long.

      Posted 10.12.20
  2. Anna J Boone wrote:

    Please take me from
    this sight. Since you were on the View I nothing in common with you or your sight!!

    Posted 10.12.20
    • there has never been nor ever will be a charge to view this site. you are free to come and go at will. and this site has always been dedicated
      to fashion, not political views or the cancel culture. my appearance on The View was in conjunction with my partnership with L’Oreal. nothing more nothing less.

      Posted 10.12.20
  3. Carrie MArtz wrote:

    When you say stove pipe jeans. Do you mean straight legged jeans.

    Posted 10.12.20
    • madewell actually calls these jeans – stovepipe.

      Posted 10.12.20
  4. Lane Hayes wrote:

    Beth – I love your clothing selections! I am a newly-retired 62 year-old struggling to find clothes to fit my current lifestyle now that I no longer need to wear conservative dresses, skirts and suits. I love the fact that you’re not afraid to wear shorter shorts, skirts, bathing suits and other styles that some may think inappropriate for “older” women. Finding the balance between too young-looking clothes (cringe!) and too old-looking (frumpy!) clothes is a definite balancing act and I think you’ve achieved it perfectly! Thank you doe the inspiration!

    Posted 10.12.20
    • have fun with retirement! but stay busy. it’s so important to stay active and relevant. but i’m certain you already know that. thanks for the uplifting comment.

      Posted 10.13.20
  5. Lane Hayes wrote:

    Also, what size jacket are you wearing? I’m usually between a 4 and a 6 but hate jackets that are too tight with a sweater underneath. Thanks!

    Posted 10.12.20
    • i am wearing a medium and it’s definitely roomy.

      Posted 10.13.20
  6. Sandra wrote:

    Hi,
    I just found your sight this past month
    and really enjoy both Your Style and the overall vibe! Keep Stylin’!! I look forward to what’s next…
    Sincerely,
    Sandra Callnan

    Posted 10.12.20
    • welcome, sandra! i’m so happy you stopped by. thanks for the lovely comment.

      Posted 10.13.20
  7. Sangita M wrote:

    Good for you Beth! Why does everone have to make everything political? I, and many others I am sure, enjoy your site for what it is. A venue to bring women together, not push them apart.
    Love your post today and look forward to more!

    Posted 10.12.20
    • i wish we could press a reset button and focus on what’s pure, noble and of good report.

      Posted 10.13.20

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