MCLV Style: Animal Prints + Leather

I just can’t get enough of skater skirts right now – The silhouette is just so fun and flirty. And versatile! You could easily tuck a button down into this skirt, pair it with ankle boots or flat booties, or even Summer-fy it with sandals & a tank. I officially have three of these skirts in red, black/leather, and leopard print.


{You can shop similar pieces by clicking these hyperlinks: Skater Skirt – Zara, Tan Heels – Madden Girl, Leopard Tee – Asos, Wristlet – Mango & Jewelry – Vintage & Ann Taylor}


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These shoes are without a doubt the most comfortable heels that I own. And one of the most adaptable pairs of shoes in my closet – They look great with pants, skirts, and dresses. And while I’ve never been able to find them online here are two similar styles that you might be interested in – Madden Girl Juniper Sandal or Steve Madden Cityline.

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12 Responses to MCLV Style: Animal Prints + Leather

  1. Love your look. Your skirt looks so cute.

    See you in my blog, maybe.

  2. Fashion HotBox

    I’m actually obsessed with your outfit. You look so amaze. I love your sunglasses and of course, I am SUCH a fan of leather 🙂


  3. Cool top !
    Love that skirt as well !

    Katerina from


  4. colinechavaroche

    I’m in love with yourskirt 🙂

    Coline ♡


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