...writing to remind myself that I can
I do love a good zebra print. I have a sweater and belt. There is a hot pair of Michael Kors zebra ballet flats. Such a bummer that you should only wear one item of animal print at a time.
The real questions are: Have you already bought them, and Do you intend to wear them out of the house? No really, I think it entirely depends on what you wear them with. Maybe some dark jeans and a comfy sweater or long sleeve tee....if you make them an accessory, I think you could do it. I'll have to disagree whole heartedly with Miss Diane, I think it is a bummer to wear multiple animal prints at a time...unless I guess you were going on Safari and wanted to be eaten by a lion. Harsh? honest? honest is good? Sorry.
Diane - I knew I'd have your support!Ollie - I'm thinking more of a dark jeans / comfy sweater / have to run to the store and it's fricking freezing outside. Definite accessory and I don't love animal print QUITE as much as the lovely Diane! Haven't bought them...yet. Will wear them outside, but not with everything.
I would wear them & I'm not almost 35! I so very much think you can pull them off like you said....as an accessory with jeans and sweater.I found a shrug so still need to come over to show you the dresses if you really want to see them. Don't have to go to work today.
my thought is that if you have to ask then are you feeling uncomfortable enough about it that you might not ever wear them. To wear that much animal print you have to be very confident in how much you love it.
Shaz has a point, but if you need a confidence boost, I totally think you can pull them off.
I say go for it then. Unless, I just thought, they are fabric...remember you live in logan and with the first snow you will no longer be able to wear them across a parking lot without your feet-and new shoes-getting completely soaked with salted snow. Lot's to look forward to, right? YOU can definately pull them off though. That's not an issue.