Leopard print has ebbed and flowed in the fashion world, but it has never truly disappeared. Through the fall and winter months, it has been trending full force with no hint of diminishing any time soon. If you’ve ever wondered how to incorporate this evergreen pattern into your wardrobe, here’s a few ideas for you:
Leopard Print Blouse
A leopard print blouse should be a staple in every woman’s wardrobe during the cooler months. It can be office-appropriate with a pencil skirt and heels or perfect for happy hour paired with jeans and booties. I loved adding a little edge to my outfit by wearing a leather vest with it. You should always live by the #ThreePieceRule! Pick up a blouse like mine here or here.
Leopard Print Booties
Walk in style with a pair of super cute leopard print booties. These booties are trendy without being overpowering. Wear yours with cuffed black jeans and a warm/neutral colored top to really finish the look. Snag a pair of booties like these here.
Leopard Print Fur Coat
Ahh the classic fur coat. Who doesn’t love stay cozy warm and looking ah-mazingly stylish at the same time? Go light with pastels or be bold and wear yours with darker colors. Either way, you are sure to turn some heads when people see you conquering the day in a kickass leopard print fur coat. Snatch one up for yourself here or here.
Leopard Print Earrings
For a more subtle, but equally as fashionable, look — try a pair of leopard print earrings! Before I fully jumped on this trend train, I dipped my toes in the water by wearing patterned jewelry. Once you feel comfortable in some accessories, those fun leopard print booties I was talking about before are your next step up (ha ha get it, pun joke). Grab a pair for yourself here or here.
Whether you want to go bold or stay subtle, leopard print can be worn throughout the entire Winter. I don’t know about you, but I’m ready to keep this fashion trend going into the Spring!
How do you wear leopard print? Tell me in the comments below!
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