Leopard's fur and Tiger's teeth

You can't beat the simplicity and effortlessness of an all-black everything outfit, but just a little je ne sais quoi is needed to transform an uninspiring jeans and jumper into a head-turning get up. I took some safari vibes as inspo to jazz up this Sunday brunch outfit, pairing leopard print with tiger teeth!

The jacket is from Monki and is my favourite thing to wear right now as it gets me lots of hugs! It's great that it's super snuggly, but not too thick, so you can still walk more than a few paces in it without building up a sweat.

The Tiger's Tooth necklace is from Thomas Sabo - it absolutely jumped out at me when I was browsing their website, it's different from my usual style but I am so, so in love with it. When it arrived in the post I loved it even more - the quality and attention to detail are second to none. The blackened-silver mount is beautifully engraved and embellished with tiny white zirconia stones and the 'teeth' are hand crafted out of mother of pearl.

It's said to be a protection-giving talisman, thought to bring courage and strength to the wearer. Thomas Sabo has a range of Talismans and Chakra Pendants with different symbolisms depending on the energies you want to channel. I'm not particularly spiritual, and not sure I really believe in the healing ability of stones and symbols, but I do love the idea of something bringing me protection and empowering me - even if it's a bit of a placebo effect.

I thought my tiger's tooth would look gorgeous paired with a choker and picked out a really minimalist circle that's totally timeless and suitable to be worn alone or layered with different styles of necklaces.

To ensure a little bit of interest towards the bottom half of my outfit, I dug out my tasseled jeans from the Spring for one last outing before hiding my ankles away in tights and boots!

This post was written in collaboration with Thomas Sabo but all words and opinions are my own!



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