Leopard Shoes 2 (Dressy)

Leopard Shoes for the 50's, 60's, & 70's.

Leopard Shoes for the 50’s, 60’s, & 70’s: The Dressy Version

Quote of the day: “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlies. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” Mark Twain

After styling our three different pairs of leopard print shoes for a casual day (here), I wanted to see how they’d look for a dressier occasion! Needless to say I had the color brown on the brain for all three of us. Really, the shoes could work with many other colors, but I didn’t plan that out well enough to show some variety.

Leopard Shoes for the 50's, 60's, & 70's. Leopard Shoes for the 50's, 60's, & 70's.

50’s Leopard Shoes (kitten heel): Mom picked out this skirt at Goodwill one shopping day, but somehow I came home with it!!

Shoes: J.Renee (similar here)~~Skirt: INC-thrifted (similar here)~~Top: East 5th -thrifted (similar here)~~Necklace: (similar here)~~Earrings: (similar here)

Leopard Shoes for the 50's, 60's, & 70's. Leopard Shoes for the 50's, 60's, & 70's.

60’s Leopard Shoes (bootie): Maybe I should have gone with a darker colored scarf to use as a belt? Red would’ve popped it nicely!

Booties: Impo (similar here)~~Dress: WomAn (similar here)~~Necklace: (similar here)~~Earrings: (similar here)~~Scarf as belt: (similar here)

Leopard Shoes for the 50's, 60's, & 70's. Leopard Shoes for the 50's, 60's, & 70's.

70’s Leopard Shoes (flats): Mom wore this top in our glitter posts (here) and funny….I even paired it with her other leopard shoes. At least I’m consistent.

Shoes: Payless (similar here)~~Pants: Conrad C (similar here)~~Top: Colette Morado (similar here)~~Necklace 1: (similar here)~~Necklace 2: (similar here)~~Earrings: (similar here)

Thanks to you all for reading! Linking up with Top of the World, TBT Fashion, What I Wore to Work Weekly, Friday Frivolity, Fun Fashion Friday, Blog Share Learn, Fashion Friday, 52 Pick Me Up & Thursday Fashion Files Link up!

Here’s some leopard boots: (and check out my Facebook page on Friday for even more selection)

  • All three of you look gorgeous! LOVE your sense of style. Such an inspiration… next time totally try the red belt though, I agree it would really pop!

    Thanks for linking up at Friday Frivolity! I hope you join us again tonight! 🙂

  • Leopard and gold! Grrrrrrrreat! Thanks for linking!

    • Makes me think you were a Tony the Tiger fan???

      • Ha! I was referencing the use of Leopard. Tony the Tiger works too!

  • I love these leopard touches! I might have to get some cute shoes!

    • Thanks Lisa!! They are a great addition to one’s closet!

  • happinessatmidlife

    I love wearing leopard, it’s such a great touch to any outfit. I have been wanting some leopard booties but I am not brave enough to wear it!

    Thank you for being a part of TBT Fashion link up and hope to see you soon!


    • Ahhh…but you are very brave in your outfits…and I don’t think the booties are that much different than other shoes! Here…let me be an enabler…you should get some leopard booties 🙂

  • Love the leopard kitten heels, flats and booties. I love leopard and often wear it with a monochromatic outfit to give it some pop! #blogsharelearn linky

    • Well, of course you do since you love cute shoes also!!! Thanks for the love!!

  • mithraballesteros

    Glad to hear you shop Goodwill! And the shirt dress in the second photo is a stunner. 🙂

  • I like the kitten heel shoes. But I LOVE the picture of the half boots! NICE!!!!

  • lsgaitan23

    They all look great–especially when used as the spice to accent the outfit, not overwhelm it. I love the kitten heels! RAWWWR! 🙂

  • I really love leopard shoes–as long as the outfit is styled more monochromatic otherwise. A bit of leopard goes a loooong way!

  • All three of you look absolutely fab! I think my favourites are the kitten heels – and I absolutely love your mom’s necklaces! 🙂 #fridayfrivolity

  • Love that thrifted skirt of yours!

    • I know, huh? The treasures you can find at the thrift stores truly can be amazing!!

  • Oh when used in moderation, leopard is the best. I love all three outfits. As for Nancy: I think a red scarf as a belt might have worked as well, but you have to lose the necklace then. I think. For what that is worth. But I have learned (and not everybody agrees with that… let me state that upfront) not to have too many focus points. As Chanel said: when in doubt, leave out the last accessory you put on.
    But ladies, you are an example, all of you.

    • I think you’re right, Greetje! It’s funny how in person, it seemed fine, but in the pictures, something seemed off!

  • The leopard touch is totally ageless – I am also wearing a scarf in leop at the blog!

    BTW – it’s not too late to join this RAYBAN giveaway I am hosting for the SUNGLASSES SHOP of UK from Nov. 16-22!


    • Thanks for the reminder Rebecca….I joined the giveaway!!