Hi, my beauties hope all is well. Hopefully, your love for leopard print is still going strong & you haven’t grown tiresome of it yet as it’s still set to be big for spring & summer & was seen on the Catwalks at Burberry, Tom Ford & Saint Laurent. For Spring Summer it gets more feminine with flowing silhouettes & paired with girly colours or textures. This post hopefully will provide you with five more tips on how to wear leopard print you can read part 1 here.
6. Don’t be Afraid to wear leopard print With Classic Patterns.
As leopard print is a neutral print it works really well with other classic prints such as stripes, plaid, florals & polka dots. A simple way to clash prints is by wearing a leopard print coat with denim & a striped tee.
7. Don’t be afraid to wear Leopard Print Head to Toe.
Don’t be afraid to wear leopard print head to toe like seen on the catwalks at D&G and Max Mara. The simple way to wear this trend right now is a leopard print suit and in summer a leopard print dress with accessories to match.
Statement trousers are everywhere at the moment. Leopard print trousers are surprisingly easy to wear & come in a range of styles. Wear the printed trousers with a statement tee for the model off duty look.
I love my leopard print fur coat as it adds instant Rock N Roll glamour to any outfit. Wear a leopard print coat with denim or leather trousers for the ultimate rock n roll style.
Get The Look
10. Pair leopard print with Menswear Inspired Tailoring
By pairing leopard print with menswear-inspired tailoring you get a look that’s feminine & sexy without being too girly. An easy way to wear this is to wear a suit in any colour & wear either a leopard print bralette or shirt underneath. If your feeling more adventurous rock a leopard print suit.
Hi, my beauty’s hope all is well. I love leopard Print and love to wear it. However, I know for most people this trend and the thought of wearing it fills them with dread as they don’t want to look like the Iconic but sadly bad dressed Kat Slater. In this post, I will share with you my Five tips on how to wear this trend without channelling your inner Kat Slater (unless you want to of course). You can now read part 2 here
Leopard Print Midi Wrap Dress – Primark
Black Faux Fur Collar Leather Jacket – New Look
Mustard Bell Sleeve Jumper – Primark
Black Embroidered Ankle Boots – Primark
Black Embroidered Hand Bag – Dune
Black Bowler Hat – H&M
For more of my outfits featuring leopard print click here & here. 1. Leopard Print + Denim = Killer Outfit.
Take any outfit from drab to fab by following this essential combo. Team a leopard shirt/top together with denim shorts or skirt in summer and wear with denim jeans in the cooler months.
Is your outfit feeling like its missing that certain Jen Ne Sais Quois? just add leopard print accessories to really make your outfit pop. As leopard print is a neutral it literally goes with anything and adds that extra edge. if you’re not brave enough to wear head to toe leopard print by adding leopard accessories be it in the form of a belt. sunglasses, scarf or headwear it’s the easiest way to wear this year’s biggest trend and incorporate into your wardrobe.
3. Leopard Print Shoes/Boots are the easiest way to wear leopard print.
One of the easiest ways to wear this biggest trend is to invest in leopard footwear be in the form of loafers, ballet pumps, heels or boots. these shoes look great when paired with the majority of outfits.
The main way to avoid the Kat Slater look is to avoid wearing anything Tight fitting and instead choose to wear loose-fitting garments with feminine details. The easiest way to wear is to invest in a flowing wrap dress, a slip skirt or a slip dress.
Adding leopard print to an otherwise monochromatic outfit will really make the leopard print pop in form of accessories. Leopard print also looks great when paired with bolder colours like mustards, reds.
Hi, my beauties, hope all is well. After three weeks off, today sees my return to the world of work and a new job.
The Trend Behind The Outfit
Leopard print is another timeless classic that most fashionistas have at least one classic item of clothing in this print. In the 1950’s Dior created a range of accessories and leopard print then became the must-have print. In the 1960’s, 1970’s and 1980’s leopard print was associated with rock stars. No one rocked leopard print quite like Blondie. Fast forward to modern day, leopard print is a classic print that is regularly seen on fashion icons like Kate Moss and Alexa Chung. The animal print was seen on this years Spring/Summer Catwalks at Stella Mccartney, Givenchy and Prada. Models at Versace were seen wearing the print head to toe. If you’re not brave enough to wear the print from head to toe. The one key rule to remember when wearing leopard print is to treat it like any black item in your wardrobe. For example, instead of wearing a black blazer with a slogan tee and jeans, you could wear a leopard print blazer. Leopard print also looks good when clashed with other prints especially stripes and spots. A simple way to incorporate leopard print into an outfit is by adding leopard print accessories. The colour red also looks great when paired with leopard print. Leopard print is here to stay as it was also featured on the AW18 catwalks at Tom Ford, Victoria Beckham and Calvin Klein.