Good morning everyone, today’s post is on leopard print. Now I consider this print to be a neutral and it is one of my most worn print in my closet. So with this is mind I thought I would put together some pieces from the high street to the high end that you can get your hands on. If you are yet to wear this print and are afraid of it well why not start off small with some accessories. Then who knows maybe you could go head to toe in leopard print, take a look HERE for some inspiration.
Trends tend to come and go over and over again, but there are some which will always be a classic. Leopard print is one of them and over the years it has remained as a popular choice and can be found in many of our closets.
Personally I do love a leopard print dress, be it a maxi, midi or a mini like the one that I am wearing. This dress is from Ganni @Net-A-Porter, I absolutely adore the sleeves and the peter pan colour. It is a versatile dress that can also be dressed down, all I need to do is loose the belt and add some sneakers/trainers and voila!
Moving on and onto shoes, like I said earlier if your not so keen on the leopard print but would still love to incorporate it into your outfit well shoes are on of the best ways to do that. There are so many styles of shoes with the leopard print, so here are a few I have put together.
Tops are also a great way to incorporate leopard print into your everyday attire, you can style them with skirts, trousers, shorts and Jeans. They are fab for going out in the evening, for this style your top with a plain black slip skirt, some heels and gold accessories and you all set to go. For a day time look pair your leopard print top with some jeans and sneakers/trainers for a casual look.
Next and onto swimsuits this is one of my favourite ways to play with colour and print as you can step out of your comfort zone and not have to worry. Well for me it is, here are a few bikini’s and swimsuits in the leopard print to get your hands on.
Last but not least, a skirt in leopard print can also be a great piece of garment to include in your closet. Again go for a plain colour up top and dress it either up or down depending on the occasion.
What is your favourite leopard print piece to wear? Do you actually like wearing leopard print? Do let me know by leaving a comment below.
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Dress: GANNI @NET-A-PORTER
Shoes: KAREN MILLEN Similar
Belt: KAREN MILLEN Similar
Sunglasses: AZZEDINE ALAIA