Leopard print is a trend that never goes out of fashion. It comes back year after year and is rightfully a wardrobe staple. But often it’s a print that many people are unsure how to style or incorporate into their outfits. However, if you learn how to do so then it can be an incredibly versatile print that is suitable for everything from casual days out to nights out with the girls.
In this post we’ll cover some of the many ways you can incorporate leopard print into your outfits so you can feel confident and make a roar this winter:
Paired With A Leather Jacket
Pairing leopard print with leather is a simple but stylish way to add some warmth to your outfit on those colder days out. A leopard print dress with a faux leather biker jacket is a classic look, or alternatively you might choose to opt for a leopard print slip skirt and team it with a plain black top, boots and a leather jacket.
Paired With Denim
A pair of denim jeans can be worn with almost anything. No matter what colour leopard print you choose, it’s going to work. A classic colour leopard print top with blue jeans is a go-to look. You can dress it up by accessorising it with a handbag and heels, or dress it down with a pair of white trainers for a casual weekend look.
As A Light Jacket
Your top or dress doesn’t have to be the leopard print item in your outfit. Why not pair jeans and a nice top with a leopard print cardigan or kimono to elevate your look. It can add warmth to your outfit as we enter the autumn winter seasons, but it’s light enough to ensure you won’t be sweating if you head indoors.
If you’re really looking to stand out then print mixing and layering different types of print on top of each other is on-trend this season.
Leopard print is usually worn in the top half of outfits in tops or dresses, but if you really want to make a statement then you can incorporate leopard print into your choice of bottoms. Whether that’s with a pair of leopard leggings for a laidback casual look, or with wide-leg palazzo trousers which can be easily dressed up or down, choose whichever way suits your style.
As An Accessory
Leopard print doesn’t need to be the centerpiece of your outfit, it can work just as well as an accessory. Sometimes less really is more. Whether it’s a bag, belt, hat, scarf or gloves, there’s endless possibilities depending on the season and the rest of your outfit. You may even want to opt for a leopard print face mask to show your wild side. Opt for a bold leopard print if you really want to make a statement, or a subtle print can work if you don’t want to stand out.
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