These mules are the cutest animal print slip-ons I’ve seen this season, and that’s saying something because there are a lot of options out there. The bow makes them that much better, I mean, bows make everything better! As an added bonus, these shoes are really comfy, so comfy that my mom and I got matching pairs!
Animal prints are a great way to dress up/spice up any outfit. This simple chambray and jean outfit completely changes just by slipping on these cute shoes. I think the biggest mistake you can make with animal print is having other parts of your outfit compete with it. That’s why I kept this ensemble pretty plain. I’m really into matching jean on jean (I know chambray isn’t jean, but it’s so similar). I’m having fun playing around with the monochromatic feel, but then throwing in a bit of something unexpected with my accessories. It’s like my outfit is the blank canvas and the accessories are the paint.
I’m a big advocate for investing in quality products. Yes it’s cheesy, but quality over quantity! Especially when it comes to shoes, your feet deserve to be treated well. With that being said, I don’t splurge on every purchase I make, it’s just not realistic. I try to balance my wardrobe with a mixture of high-quality items and then more wallet-friendly options. In that spirit, here are some animal print flats for all price points! under $150.00 (mine!) // under $100.00 // under $80.00 // under $50.00
Outfit details below!
the scoop: I’m wearing a size xs in this linen shirt, as you can tell it still has a loose fit on me, so size down // my shoes are a size 7.5 (but I own a pair of ballet flats by the same brand that are a size 7) // my jeans are a 00/24 and don’t stretch out that much with wear
How do you style animal print accessories? What are your thoughts on quality vs. quantity?