I am so excited to share new updates, transitions, and of course fashion with you today. I know I’ve been incognito, but I promise you all, it’s for the good!!! I have recently settled into my second home here in Seattle, WA. Many of you may have known that I lived in Atlanta,GA for many years and it still is my home away from home. So yes, your girl is about to get use to this travel life, traveling from coast to coast. (HeeHee)
Now that I have relocated and still getting use to the new scenery. I must say that Washington is a beautiful state. I’m loving the mountain views and culture out here. Although I am still learning my way around and getting use to the Pacific Northwest. I am truly excited and hopeful of the new opportunities coming my way! My goal is to continue to grow the Curves In The Streets platform and have fun while promoting beauty, fashion, and entertainment.
For this post I wanted to share my love of the beautiful scenery, while also giving you the details on my new fierce blazer from Fashion To Figure. Anyone who knows me , know that I am a lover of cheetah print! I mean this is a print that never seems to go out of style. Every season it seems to get better and better. So to kick off some of my fall fashion looks, check out my recent pics taken below.
Laced Up and Fierce
The Joanne Leopard Print Blazer is everything to me! I love the cut of this jacket and the bold leopard print. For this look I opt to pair it with the Chelsea Lace Up Skinny Jeans, which is currently out of stock. (Sorry ladies) These jeans are hot and so comfortable, they are definitely an attention grabber!! However, there are endless ways to dress up this blazer. You can pair it with a pencil skirt, jumpsuit, and/or your favorite pair of denim.
Just to show how you can transition this look from day time to date night with your boo or a girls night out. I wore the Jessa Mesh Mock Top underneath that is still available on the FTF site. Talk about being Laced Up and Fierce……lol
Tell me your thoughts on my look? Are you a lover of leopard print?
I had so much fun shooting this look on a cliff that over looks the Snohomish River, located right by my new home. There is so much beauty and history with this river, but I’ll save that story for another post. (wink)
Until next time, “Always rock your confidence, it looks good on you!!!”