All the lovely leopard print items that Cats Like Us has been serving us has inspired to talk about one of my personal favorite fashion icons, Poison Ivy of The Cramps. Miss Ivy has been known to rock a 60s style in which leopard and gold lame go hand-in-hand.
image source google. She's wearing more of a cheetah, but this is an awesome photo!
Poison Ivy has an exotic look with her bright red ultra curly hair, penetrating eyes and though she's a petite woman, I know she could kick my ass! When she's performing she's usually in barely-there sequined bikini's, lace body suits or shiny vinyl clothing, but she is always wearing a pair of heels to accentuate her amazing legs. I've seen Poison Ivy wear a lot of leopard dresses, jackets, boots and accessories, possibly vintage, when she's doing interviews and casual press related activites.
images source google
So let's get you looking like the fem fatale that Poison Ivy is and have you slip into some exotic sexiness that I know Miss Lux Interior would approve of! RAWR!
I would definitely pair the Slinky Leopard Crop Jacket and Slinky Leopard Shorts by Living Dead Souls together. Sometimes you just can't have too much leopard print! Pair this outfit with some fishnet stockings, red lipstick and some gold mules for a night out on the town. Classy and sassy!
*Insert Wolf Whistle* As soon as I saw the Living Dead Souls Slinky Leopard Wiggle Dress I knew all the ladies (and gents) would go wild! I love the way Miss Julie Ann styled this elegant dress with some sassy gloves, fishnet stocking and shiny stiletto heels.
If you're not into completely immersing yourself in leopard print, the Capone Keyhole Scarf Dress by Lucky 13 is a hot little number with leopard accents in all the right places. Pair the dress with the luscious Double Pocket Handbag by Living Dead Souls, which is big enough to hold your wallet, keys, cosmetics and all your dirty little secrets.
So much leopard love! I'll leave you with one of my favorite Cramps songs!