Friday, September 16, 2011

Teaching Leopard

Is it really surprising to anyone that I would rock leopard print to teach section in this week?




It works tucked and untucked

I amped up the professionalism factor with a pencil skirt and a blazer. Just call me a teaching leopard.







top: ModCloth / blazer: thrifted / wedges: Target / skirt: Gap / ring: House of Harlow / bracelets: can’t recall

36 comments:

Closet Fashionista said...

Loving it!! I would totally want you as a teacher, ha ha :)
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GIRL AND CLOSET said...

ooh, what a fabulous leopard look. I love how you amped it up, SO professional but so, so chic! You look gorgeous hun. Have a great weekend. Yay!! xo veronika

laura said...

Only YOU can make leopard work for teaching. hahah! Looks FABtaBulous, Courtney!
♥ laura

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Ashleigh said...

Teaching leopard it is!!
Fun nails!!

JennaStevie said...

Those wedges are so great!! I love the leopard print blouse too, such a great teaching look :)
xJennaD

freesia said...

Adore your nails!!!! the ring is fantastic and the shoes are gorgeous!
Freesia

Nav said...

you make for one stylish professor!! techer leopard - haha that cracked me up! I am glad things are going well.

xo Nav
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{The Perfect Palette} said...

So rocking that look! Loving this!

xo, chrissy

Marie a la Mode said...

Very professional-looking! I love your wedges and your blazer! Have a great weekend : )

chillairandperfume said...

As I already told you via Twitter, I am obsessed with this top. So cute and versatile!

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Lisa Lisa Lisa said...

Ooh I really like that blouse under your blazer. It is like "rawr" under all that professionalism.

Emma said...

I Love the peek of leopard behind your suit jacket! Very well done. You must be the best dressed teacher around.

StyleIDnet said...

You look great and top is beautiful, is that chiffon? that shirt is the cutest and you look so professional and Chic, cool-Chic!

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Elle Sees said...

currently rocking leopard flats and seeking that leopard scarf.

Veronica said...

that looks amazing!! love the matching nails!!
~Veronica

Tinfoils Tiaras said...

Teaching leopard indeed! I think you are even a bigger fan of leopard print than me and I didn't think that could be possible! Love the wedges and your ginger kitty in the window!

bridechic said...

This has to be one of your very chicest outfits . . .
Love it

oxoxo
amy
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Honeysuckelle said...

So chic! I've never had a teacher with such good style. You look so pretty!

Sunaina said...

Love the wedges! I have a pair similar to those, they are so comfy.

I understand the animal cruelty thing. I normally hardly ever eat meat because I really don't like the look and the taste of it so I consider myself sorta vegetarian. Eating dead things scare me so I never prepare it myself. Lately I've been watching movies like Food inc. and when I see how those animals are being treated I don't want to eat meat at all. I was raised with eating a lot of meat but I always told my parents that I didn't like it and I started to eat it less and less and I feel so much better without meat in my stomach so that's a reason for me too. But I don't know how I would feel if I would love meat. Would the cruelty stop me from eating it? I don't know so I'm happy I don't like meat. Did you like it? Do you still crave it?

I tried out silken tofu in soup for the first time a couple of days ago and it's so delicious. I also tried out seitan which is very good too. I think I can manage by only eating these 'pure' products but being vegan forever would be so hard. I really miss cheese and butter. After the vegan challenge I’ll just try to eat healthy and environmental friendly!

Happy weekend!

xoxo

Sunaina

Ellie said...

Leopard definitely works for you! Love how you added the blazer/pencil skirt. Looks great!

-Ellie

LyddieGal said...

the little bit of leopard peeking out is fun, but the rest is so professional.

Bonnie said...

I love the blazer and skirt combination with the leopard print!!! You are so damn hot.

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Oh to Be a Muse said...

i like the leopard print, even under the blazer. you should come check out these boots with leopard detail on my blog right now! they are a bit stripper-ish, but still pretty cool.

Sandy Joe said...

You are the hippest prof I think I've ever seen! Glad you're relentless with your leopard - the wedges are fantastic too.

x The Pretty Secrets

Lili said...

Animal print is my favorite!

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Xoxo
Lili

Sunny & Star said...

I think you totally rock out the leopard print. It looks amazing with your hair.

I bet your navy and cream floral print dining chairs are beautiful and chic.

Debby said...

So cute. I love a touch of leopard it makes every outfit more fun! xo

jess said...

It looks very professional.

BattleGnomes said...

You look so professional haha, I love leopard print! Especially shoes in leopard print, it's such a cute pattern! :)

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Pratishtha Durga said...

You look fabulous. Totally rocking the look. Love the second look.

Nnenna said...

Maybe if I had had a T.A. who dressed as well as you do, I would have actually gone to section! lol :D

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Jenni Wells - Stop Making Sense said...

You look like such a babe! I love this look... very classy.

Glam Fashionista said...

Lovely leopard print blouse, looks great with black.

Jessie said...

um I LOVE it! P.s. I still cant get over how much I love your hair... you look awesome :) A perfect outfit and you styled animal print just right!

XX
Jessie
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Kavery said...

Wish my lecturers had looked this smart. You rock!

Bad Joan said...

You are totally feeling the leopard these days! Love it!!

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