A Bunch of Neutral and Leopard Examples + 5 GREAT Pairs of Leopard Print Shoes

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Over the years, one outfit formula I’ve stuck to has been neutral pieces with a pop of leopard.  They just belong together!  It works in a casual look (HERE), in a more “girly” look with lace (HERE), pattern mixing (HERE), another casual look with double leopard (HERE), a little dressier (HERE), and today in a casual business casual look.  
I’ve worn this several times for some work meetings, and wore it again last week.  I was interviewing candidates who are interested working in our organization.  It’s “business casual” but things are so casual over here that an outfit like this was more than sufficient.  
I’ve talked about this top before, but it’s still 40% off and available in teal, olive, and black.  It’s quite large, but I’m still wearing Medium as the shoulders fit better like that.  I tuck it in the front, and because it’s so long it blouses out a fair amount but lays nice and flat as you can see in the side view.
I’ve included some beautiful leopard print shoes below.  At original prices, almost all of these were on the more expensive side ($50 to $70) with the exception of #2 from good old Target ($30).  However, Option 3 and Option 4 are both 40% off!  
In the Style Help survey (looooong ago, but I’m still working from it!) I was asked for a leopard shoe remix.  Look out for that to come!  
Links to Shop:
one  |  two  |  three
four  |  five

Shop for the Look:
Top: Nordstrom (exact–40% off)
Jeans: Target (similar–50% off)
Shoes: Sole Society (exact, similar–same print, diff shoe shape)
Bag: c/o Sole Society (exact)
Watch: c/o Daniel Wellington (exact)
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