Leopard and Roses: hand-crafted by talented artisans in Nepal

On one of our day trips last summer, I bought my first Leopard and Roses dress in an eco-boutique in the charming town of Fergus, Ontario. Since then I bought two more tunics made by Leopards and Roses while shopping in another little town, Elora. That’s one of the things I love about day trips, shopping in local shops and supporting small businesses.

“Our ethically produced apparel supports these communities, contributing positively to the livelihood of local artists as well as the global movement of fair-trade fashion.”

This is one of the tunics I bought. It’s sleeveless but because the weather is still quite cool–even though it’s springtime–I wore it over a black top and black tights. The other tunic is exactly the same but in a different colour which I’ll show another time.

I’ll be able to wear both tunics without tops underneath when the weather warms up. They can be worn in any season.

I’ve worn it with and without a belt. I have more belts than I need and don’t wear them often. What about you? Do you wear belts?

“Leopards and Roses. Ethical Fashion. Wearable Art.”

❤ carmen

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25 Responses to Leopard and Roses: hand-crafted by talented artisans in Nepal

  1. Beautiful outfit Carmen. It has a subtle sensuality to it.

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  2. I love this tunic on you Carmen💗 it goes great with the top and tights. You do great at supporting small business, I need to do more of it myself. Belts are a great fashion accessory! Happy Saturday, Terri xo.

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  3. josep-maria says:

    What a beautiful dress, I love how you combine it. The print is cute, the whole look is beautiful. I prefer it without a belt, it is a more natural image. You look very beautiful.

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  4. Maccabros says:

    Nice colors, I love black and red.
    Stay safe and be safe in these times… 🍀

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  5. Debby Winter says:

    Wow,!! hand-crafted by talented artisans in Nepal 🙂

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  6. Amy Johnson says:

    Such a stunning and unique tunic!

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  7. Jodie says:

    I love how you wore the belt with it as an option. It’s gorgeous Carmen,
    XOXO
    Jodie
    http://www.jtouchofstyle.com

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  8. utesmile says:

    Carmen, it does look lovely with and without belt really. Also with black tights and black shoes- perfect and chic. Take good care my friend and stay safe. Much love and a distant hug! ♥

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    • carmen says:

      Thank you Ute! The belt is stretchy so it’s very comfortable.
      Hugs from a distance! Speaking of hugs, I’m a hugger but I wonder if that’ll change. Perhaps people will not hug as much anymore in the future. 😦

      ❤️carmen

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  9. Very elegant! Have a great weekend!

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