dress — (thrifted)
belt — (thrifted)
cardigan — Old Navy (Old Navy)
booties — Blowfish (DSW)
bracelets (thrifted) / necklaces (raided from the toy box)
I'm sure that there's going to be an animal print at some point during this 21-day challenge, so I'm hoping that I don't regret using this outfit for pattern mixing. This was another outfit that I wore before I got laid off (on May 12, to be exact). I never posted it, so I'm glad that I'm getting a chance to use it now.
It was also a good opportunity to be Catwoman, and go "Rawr!" By the way, did you know that rawr is dinosaur speak for I Love You? Rawr is also a program for exploring gear for different characters in the World of Warcraft — a role-playing game.
What kind of a cat print am I wearing? Leopard? Jaguar? Cheetah? What's the difference?
I can definitely rule out my dress and my belt from being a cheetah print. The spots on a cheetah are solid and evenly distributed. Whether they're a leopard print or a jaguar print is harder to tell. Jaguars and leopards both have spots that look like flowers, called rosettes. The rosettes on a jaguar have a slightly different color inside, and the rosettes on a leopard are fainter and don't usually enclose spots.
Regardless of whose spots I was wearing, all three of these are beautiful animals
|Leopard (Image courtesy of Phillippe Rouzet)|
|Cheetah (Image courtesy of Tim Ellis)|
Can you tell the difference between these cats?