The Perfect Leopard Heels

Have you ever been on the hunt for something, and you just can’t seem to find it? No, I am not talking car keys, or your cell phone…I am talking clothing here!

I have been looking for leopard heels for quite some time now. You know how it goes though- when you are searching for something you can never find it. It’s when you stop, that you miraculously find exactly what it is you want!

Thats where these shoes enter….I was browsing for some band aids or maybe some fruit at Target, and stumbled on these shoes. It’s funny, because usually I go for super pointy, or super high, but for some reason I just loved these! Maybe because my tastes are changing? The thick heel? All I know is I tossed them into my cart quicker than Honey Boo Boo can down a case of Pixy Sticks.

I thought the leopard would be the perfect touch with this burgundy/faux leather shirt!

Outfit Details: 

Top: Target /// Pants: Target /// Shoes: Target /// Necklace: Stella and Dot /// Bracelets: Stella and DotSophistifunk Shop /// Photos by Lifesong Mama

What’s also awesome about this shirt? It’s longer in the back, which I have said before how much I love tops that are made like that- covers up parts of me that I love to have covered up!! 

I still have some breaking in to do with these heels, but that won’t be a problem…I am already planning so many outfits with them!! 

Linking up today with The Pleated Poppy and Because Shanna Said So




  1. Tricia @ The Domestic Fringe
    September 4, 2013 / 3:02 pm

    Great outfit.You're right, the printed shoes go perfectly with the color of the top. ~FringeGirl

  2. Carly
    September 4, 2013 / 4:33 pm

    Love these! I have some great open toe leopard heels, but have been searching for closed toed ones!

  3. Skylette from Sequins & Stilettos
    September 6, 2013 / 4:31 pm

    I'm so glad you found your pair of leopard shoes! You can always count on Target. 😉 They will be perfect for fall!

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