Leopard and Sequins with Nonno

Last weekend I went to a new boutique called Nonno. It was owned by a guy who previously was in real estate but he followed his love for fashion and opened up this quirky and unique boutique. I fell in love with it! I felt like I was in Tokyo with all of the anime figurines and colorful accessories. There were so many pieces that I had not seen anywhere else. My shoes that I bought (which are worn in the pictures to follow) have spiked detailing on the back and a peep hole just before the calf starts. They are also lace up but have a zipper on the side which makes for getting ready in a hurry an easy process. I felt that I couldn’t pass these up and they were on sale 30% off! The boutique owner says that he doesn’t order new inventory once it sells out, so to me that meant that there would be very few others with the same pieces I have. I love being different and unique and that’s what I try to choose and dig out when I’m shopping. This place is a diamond in the rough! I also picked out this sequin black dress that I’m wearing in the photo but I chose to style it as a top. I knew I had to get this when I saw it because I can wear it in so many different ways (with a blazer, a belt, etc.). The leopard blazer tones down the boldness of the sequins but still adds drama. My accessories is a Mango bag that I bought when I went to Sweden back in October, and my necklace and earrings were a gift from my last birthday and my watch is from Target!

It was a rainy dreary day today but my outfit added that extra pep in my step to keep my spirits high! Do you have a go-to outfit when you are needing that extra boost?

Thanks for visiting!

xoxo,Wrk It Girl!

*the items were not given gratis by the boutique and I was not sponsored for this post. I bought everything in this outfit on my own.

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2 Responses to Leopard and Sequins with Nonno

  1. Jessica says:

    Love those shoes! They have a very Christian louboutin look!

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