Leopard print is a neutral

“My weakness is leopard print”

03-06-2017_01

Last week House of Sanaa approached me and asked whether I would like to try one of their shirts. The founder of the brand wanted to create something everyone could wear and enjoy. That is a great vision right? I thought so too and therefore I appreciate this kind gesture.

03-06-2017_203-06-2017_0203-06-2017_303-06-2017_03JACKET H&M | SHIRT House of Sanaa | SKIRT H&M | SHOES Vans | SUNGLASSES Zaful

House of Sanaa is derived from the Swahilian language – the main language spoken in Africa – and it means House of Art. The founder wants to show her pride of her roots and her passion for art through the brand.
I received a white, cotton shirt in size S.  It is super comfy and it does it is not tight. I think that I would fit XS as well. The company sells sweaters as well and my eye fell on this yellow one. Next to shirts and sweaters, you can also purchase necklaces at their online webshop.

I have been thinking of wearing this skirt and jacket together, since a long time. However, I was concerned that it may be too much for the office and therefore I did not wear it. Such a dumb choice, because it matches together so nicely. I decided to keep the look playful by wearing the Vans sneakers my boyfriend bought for me last week. So there it is! A description of my outfit.

A beautiful day is even greater when living healthy and fashionably. 

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  1. Beautiful OOTD Whitney! It’s nice to see more women of color on WordPress, I’ve been looking! Just stumbled upon your blog today and I love. Liked and subscribed.
    Check out my blog sometime?

    Thanks,

    Mena from noirerewritten.com

  2. I’m jealous I’ve never found anything like this in my local h&m! Where’d you get the turban around your braids? It’s really pretty and adds a nice touch to the outfit. This was a great read

  3. Regularly, I don’t like animal print clothes, but I loved this one!!

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