all the world's a stage...and this is my costume
I love all of your jungle fever outfits! And I'm really envious of your extensive animal print collection
Do you have a favorite out of the Jungle Fever series? I was trying to decide, but I really just think all of them are great.
My favorite is number 3! Bold but awesomely so, and just the right about of daring. xx
This is my favorite out of the series! I love the purple with the zebra print. And those shoes are amazing too!
this one is definitely my favorite of the three! im not so bold when pattern mixing, and i think this one comes across a little more subtly. plus, i love those shoes. :)
I have been following your blog for two years now and that dress has always remained my favourite.If you are interested I have a super Seville giveaway on my blog this week.
I like your tan combo the best.
This version is far and away my favorite.
Hehe i love the jungle theme! I think this look and the one with the dark leopard sweater are my favs! And i love the shoes you've got on here :)
I adore them all, and am weeping--weeping, I tell you--that you have not one leopard print cardigan, but SEVERAL. It's not envy, either. It's pure pleasure that these beauties exist, and someone owns them.I think my favorite combination is the longer beige cardigan with the belt and the nude shoes. It's a wonderful pairing of insane and tasteful.
I think my favorite is the first one, with the black/khaki leopard cardi.
Oh i just LOVE those shoes.
I love your Zebra dress! I have a Zebra print fetish that disgusts Nathan. I must find that dress for myself.
I like look number three the best. You've given me some great inspiration for mixing prints lately.
I loved all these looks! I have a zebra print dress, and I should really pair it with some leopard print and my giraffe print purse soon.
The current one probably looks the best, but I like the other two because they are more unexpected. (Also, I'm terribly confused by which ones the commenters mean when they write First or Third. L-R or chronologically?)
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