Leopard Print is the New Black

The leopard print trend has been revived, with top designers including it in their runway shows. This is a must have statement trend you can include in your own wardrobe collection. Make a statement with leopard print.



Pictured above from top to bottom are “Leopard Print Hoop Earrings” from Chicos.com, the “ASOS design Wiggle Midi Dress” from ASOS.com, and a “Tasia Tasseled Fold Over Clutch” from Dillard’s.com

Leopard print season is among us!  It’s trending for fall/winter 2018 but has always been the top animal print to wear. I consider leopard print to be almost as versatile as the color black. This pattern is a classic but also luxurious enough to give your outfit flair and pizazz. It’s a “fashion do” print you need to incorporate in your wardrobe.

It’s simple to opt for leopard instead of black or other neutrals. For the people who love black, (like me)  leopard print is  a good alternative if you’re looking to try new color combinations. Not to mention, it’s a hot trend so you’ll look like a top-notch fashionista! Leopard print outerwear, shoes, and accessories are great items to add to your closet. Particularly, leopard print accessories are a great addition to your casual looks or dressier ensembles. Personally, I favor leopard print accessories and shoes because you can wear them over and over again. Always think about versatility with your selections so that you can switch up your looks. There are endless options!

Take a look at more inspirational leopard print pieces below:

Michael Kors Collection “Leopard print calf hair trench coat”  from Net-a-porter.com
“New look Curve Animal print wide leg pants”  from ASOS.com
“Distressed leopard print mini skirt” by R13  from Net-a-porter.com
“Billy leopard print calf-hair platform ankle boots” by Saint Laurent from Net-a-porter.com

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