Print on print — I’m still not over it. And since I first tiptoed into the trend, I’ve now made a head-first dive straight in. Perhaps it’s because of the colder weather setting in that I can feel my love for all-black everything re-emerging with a vengeance. But until then, I’m making a point to go balls out with print on print. Like, in an extreme way.

Here, I’ve taken the beloved cheetah print one step further by wearing a top from Nowhereland with actual cheetahs printed on it. The galaxy skirt is an original from London design darling Christopher Kane that I treated myself to before moving back home. Paired together at last, I can’t fathom how either piece was worn without the other.

The overall look is balanced out with an oversized shoulder bag from Olivia and Joy that — not being a huge fan of the short shoulder bag — I have opted to hold as a clutch. If accessory trends from last fall taught me anything, it’s that most shoulder bags of this size look better folded over and held in your hands.

What I Wore: Cheetah top from Nowhereland; skirt by Christopher Kane; bag by Olivia and Joy (available at The Bay), iPhone case by Tory Burch; shoes by Chanel from Fashionably Yours.

(post as seen on, all images by Arden Wray)