I’m finally old enough to wear leopard. Yes, leopard used to be for old ladies when I was growing up. I had leopard-print PJs as a teenager but never wore leopard-print in public.
Now during my *ahem* mature years, I’m love love lovin’ leopard-print!
My coat is thrifted, made in USA, bought a couple of years ago.
What a great find to discover the matching hat this fall, made in Canada and also thrifted. Coincidently, it’s the exact same fabric.
We’ve had a lovely autumn with many mild days and glorious colours.
Warm and cozy in my hemp scarf bought at
Drizzle and Shine.
I’ve been asked—why am I wearing a leopard coat if I’m vegan?
Ummm … because it’s fake! I have the look without cruelty.
My daughter Jean has a special event every month at her eco boutique Drizzle and Shine to support compassionate causes. While I was in Seattle, she had a sale 10% off everything in the store, as well as 10% of sales going to Fur Bearer Defenders.
Please take a moment to check out the links that will inform us of the needless suffering of countless sentient beings and how we can all help animals simply by not buying animal products.
These are the beautiful animals they kill for Canada Goose jackets. You wouldn’t buy coats made with dog fur, then please don’t contribute to this cruelty. Thank you!
This fellow was rescued by the Rideau Valley Wildlife Sanctuary.
“Style isn’t worth the suffering.” ~Jean White
We can all make it a better world for all.