Steal Her Style: Leopard Heels & Skinny Jeans

Love this combination of white skinnies worn with red and finished off with the leopard print heels… Perfect!
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How to find the ‘perfect’ white jeans?

When it comes to white jeans, you know I am a big fan of the ‘Molly’ jeans by River Island, I love that they are a rich deep white (and not see through). I just love the stretch in them too – Very comfy! Others love the ‘Amelie’ style from River Island. it’s a personal preference, I am curvy on the bottom half (I am a pear shape) and find the ‘Molly’ a better fit on curves while I think ‘Amelie’ can be more suited to athletic, very slim build ladies. Other clients love the ‘Leigh’ jeans from Topshop, again I don’t feel they have that stretch I love, but some clients adore them! For those of you who do not want the skinnies look, but prefer a straight leg, then ‘Salsa Jeans’ or ‘Not Your Daughters Jeans’ are both great option.

Choosing a gold watch

The watch I have included in this look is Marc Jacobs (from ASOS). I have this watch myself, and yes, although pricer than the versions on the high street (also lovely), this watch has really stood the test of time and looks just as good as the first day. I just adore it. I got it as a gift when I lived in Sydney and it still gets worn almost every day. Off course, we all know about the Michael Kors gold watches, which are all really fab too and in or around the same price as the Marc Jacobs ones. I just recently treated myself to a Kate Spade watch from Arnotts, which I am loving, I especially love that it is a little different, not everyone has one!

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Jeans: River Island, €50
Jumper: House of Fraser, €30 (approx.)
Heels: ASOS, €38
Watch: Marc Jacobs, €267
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‘Til next time
Naomi xxx

Naomi Clarke is the owner and creator of The Style Fairy. Naomi, a qualified fashion stylist and personal shopper has over 12 years experience in fashion, personal shopping, blogging, styling and PR both in Ireland and abroad. Having spent 2 years working in the fashion industry in Sydney and then in Singapore, Naomi relocated back to Dublin to set up her own business in 2013 and so began The Style Fairy.

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