Friday, 29 January 2010

"You who must leave everything that you cannot control"

cheetah coat 2
I've never been a fan of leopard/cheetah prints, mainly because most of them look so tacky. But this 50's cut coat is everything but tacky. Even with that, I wouldn't find the guts to wear it so if any of you is interested you can buy it here.

Nunca he sido muy fan de los estampados de leopardo/guepardo, en gran parte porque la mayoría de las veces son muy cutres. Pero éste abrigo de corte 50's es todo menos cutre. Aún y así yo no tendría el coraje de ponérmelo así que si a alguno de vosotras os gusta podeís comprarlo aquí.

cheetah coat

Source/fuente:The greedy seagull's shop

8 comments:

Lara Maria said...

it looks gorgeous

joanne said...

i'm not a fan either but this coat's print is "subtler", it seems. (no i'm not sure what i'm trying to say either...)

joanne said...

oh by the way! i'm planning some potential excursions to spain in the future. if you have any ideas/suggestions of things to see and places to go, please do let me know :)

Tamara said...

Bien, veo que estamos de acuerdo en el tema del leopardo pues... Aunque este abrigo es súper bonito y se ve de todo menos cutre, tienes razón.

Crave said...

I'm smitten!! Love this jacket!

Maya said...

TOO CUTE!!!

FROM TOKYO WITH LOVE!

iñaki said...

I haven't seen as many leopard coats as I thought I would this winter. I'm a bit disappointed. This one is a stunner.

xx

The Wanderers' Daughter said...

It's a beauty! I had a thrift store faux leopard in the '80s in NY when they were de rigeur. I still think of it fondly, though not what I'd wear now. I do have stuck in my head an image of Kate Moss in a vintage leopard print over a pale yellow chiffon dress...pretty stunning.

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