How To Style: Animal Print

The animal print trend rises and falls with the passing seasons. Some people sneer at it in disgrace, others dress up head to toe in it and look like some strange hybrid animal.

Sometimes it is a can be a little confusing as to how to wear animal print so that it doesn’t overwhelm you, but isn’t just a skinny scarf around your neck. Here are a few ways to subtly ease into this common trend:

LOOK #1

This is a simple outfit, especially if you want a toned down look.The colours in the clothes mirror the pattern in the faux snakeskin boots, which can be quite the stylish wardrobe staple. Wear them with a pair of well fitted black pants or jeans and a textured cream top. Finish off with a comfortable, flowing grey coat.

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LOOK #2

A little brighter look, this grey leopard print crop top gets a fresh update with these vibrant, happy, green culottes. Add a simple black coat for those colder evenings and a pair of nude loafers are perfect for roaming around the city.

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LOOK #3

Another beautiful monochrome look, it is based around that lovely zebra print purse.Add a fitted grey or tweed dress, chunky sole shoes with ankle socks and a bold gold choker for that glam touch.

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LOOK #4

The bright red and tiger print go together like bread and butter! This is an eye-catching pair that’s sure to gain compliments. Add a sweet, black fringe scarf, simple black watch and earthy brown ankle boots to finish.

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LOOK #5

This final look plays a little more with pattern, but nonetheless they work together. I’ve paired this black giraffe print pant with this adorable floral top. Those scandalous bright pink heels tie in with the petals on the top and a simple off-white clutch adds the finishing touch.

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