Tiger Dress

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Dress {wearing small} | Bag | Booties | Earrings

When it comes to animal print, I typically make a beeline to leopard. But I actually bought this tiger dress over a leopard option recently and shocked myself more than you might be. It’s a light-weight dress great for southern states this time of year. I’ve packed away my summer dresses, but a full-on fall look would have me sweating as we are still in 90-degree temps. I figured I could wear this with sneakers and a ponytail for a casual look or styled how it is above for a fall date night.

Keeping today’s style post short and sweet, but tomorrow there will be a full fall try-on haul with everything from Amazon vests to fringe sweaters. Get ready, girls. It’s GOOD!

Have you worn any tiger print? Have a great day!


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  1. Such a unique dress! The tiger print is a great refresher on the leopard pattern. Thanks for sharing! ❤️✨

    Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog

    Published 18 Sep 19Reply
  2. Natalie wrote:

    I absolutely love this dress……that tiger print!!??

    Published 18 Sep 19Reply
  3. Love your hair pulled back away from your face in this high pony, as of today and yesterday. You have a great shape face and head to do this. !

    Published 18 Sep 19Reply
    • Katey wrote:

      Aw thank you, Christy! xx, Katey

      Published 25 Sep 19Reply
  4. Absolutely love this fall look – and your hair in a pony!

    xo, Laura

    Published 18 Sep 19Reply
  5. Shareese Rowland wrote:

    Hi Katey!
    Where did you shoot your pics for the Tiger Dress post?
    Thank you!

    Published 18 Sep 19Reply
    • Katey wrote:

      Hi Shareese! I shot it at the Kimbell Art Museum! xx, Katey

      Published 25 Sep 19Reply
  6. ada Asian wrote:

    Maybe you can’t believe it is my first time hearing tiger printed dresses, always leopard printed, thank you for sharing, you look so fab in it and it looks so cozy, better for fall season.
    Ada from http://www.kissprom.co.uk

    Published 18 Oct 19Reply