9 December 2015

GIVE ME BACK MY LEOPARD COAT





                                                                     Fuente de Neptuno, Madrid, Spain. December 2015





“Always dress like you’re going to see your worst enemy ”




Dear friends,

thanks for visiting my blog and my google+ page, I’m very satisfied with these results. 

I always had a passion for the fashion world but I waited, too much,before starting this blog, 

therefore your visits and positive comments contribute a lot to strengthening my project.

On each post I’m trying to show you the trendiest items according to magazines, fashion 

blogs and social media’s upshots, always adding my personal touch. 

In my opinion it’s simple to be fashion (just copy most popular looks), but it’s harder to be 

original. Fashion is a form of art that, since its origins, tooks inspiration from society and 

continuously influences people. It’s something complex and fascinating at the same time. 

Today I’ll present a new post realized in the Canovas del Castillo Square, famous for its 

fountain representing the god Neptune, where Atletico Madrid’s supporters gather for 

celebrating their football team’s victory. 

For this post I chose an outfit that could be chic and modern, quite flashy for its colors but 

really glam for my tastes. 

The highlight of this outfit is the faux fur coat,medium length and in leopard print. Is soft, 

fits well to body shapes and keeps you warm. Moreover is one of the “must-have” of this

season, together with the faux-fur, that you could see on jackets and coats as much as on 

accessories, especially collars and bags. Leopard print is not so difficult to combine with 

other colors: match well with brown, gold and black (that’s why I chose a black shoulder 

bag),but also with red, preferably in a dark shade, as the Mango’s suede jumpsuit I wear.

Regarding shoes I opted for a pair of open-toe with high heels, in the same color of the dress 

and with fringes. I love this shoes...are gritty and stylish, only a little bit uncomfortables,but 

on the other hand if you want to look good you’ve to suffer a little bit. As said the fashion 

designer Brian Atwood “ life is short, heels shouldn't be.”

Hope you like this look and have a good day!!!


Sophia




















*Special thanks to the photographer: Piero Brazzini (https://es.litmind.com/pierobrazzini; instagram: PIEROBRAZZINI77)



I was wearing:

+Pull&Bear leopard coat

+MANGO  red jumpsuit

+ZAPSHOP fringes shoes

+Primark bag

+Bijou Brigitte  necklace

* I am red ring




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6 comments

  1. Muy buenas fotografías y estilismo.

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    1. muchisimas gracias Raul!!!! Dicho por ti que eres muy buen fotografo vale doble jejeje!!!!!Un abrazo

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  2. Magnifique Sophia!!!! Le manteau c'est tres chic et à la mode!!!!! Excellente

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    1. merci Patricia!!!! Moi aussi j'aime le manteau...c'est tres jolie ^_^ bisous de Madrid

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  3. You're photos keep getting better!!! Kisses <3

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    1. Thanks honey!!!!I love too this photoshoot jejeje....I'm improving and getting experience ^_^ best wishes and a lot of kisses from Spain!!!! Sophy

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