Yes, fall is around the corner. But did you know that you can dazzle in leopard-inspired print? Yes, you can. Keep reading for more inspirations.
Fuzzy, faux-fur coats
For a fact, fuzzy, faux-fur coats can be termed as the latest entrants into the leopard-style trend. When we were going about our research, we were irresistibly drawn to the knee-length, featuring a rounded collar plus a vintage feel—although this pattern's renaissance tends to touch more categories of outerwear: i.e. the dusters, parkas, and even trench coats.
Inspirations: Try the H&M coat, Eloquii coat, and Gap coat.
Pants: Full suit
Who said that you can’t turn that spotted topper of yours into something like a full suit? There’s a copious number of leopard-inspired print trousers out there that’ll definitely interest you.
Inspirations: Get the reformation pants, ganni pants, Old Navy pants, and you’ll be swimming in the leopard zone.
Leopard prints can be pretty in-the-face. They can be spotted easily (sorry), especially when you’re in a horde of black & navy coats. However, it’s still possible to choose own adventure and incorporate a leopard bag to kill it all.
Inspirations: Let your pals notice you with the Kate Spade bag, Shrimps bag, and the Clare V. bag.
Well, the blazer is considered to be more "business" rather than "casual." However, you can take that craze into your monochromatic leopard-inspired blazers and look wow! Plus, you can pair a pair of jeans.
Inspirations: FRAME blazer, banana republic blazer, and Blazé Milano blazer are all you need to inspire you leopard jeans look.
This season has witnessed many riffs as far as classic ankle boot is concerned (from patent leather to classy plushy velvet). Moreover, fashion experts are taunting the leopard ankle boots to be the next contender if not a hit to replace that go-to black leather style of yours.
Inspirations: There’re plenty of leopard ankle boots on the market(from
Cole Haan boots, Matisse boots, to New Day boots. So, you have plenty of options to choose from this fall.
As far as the so-called “more-is-more" thing mentality is concerned, there’re two clear approaches: matching sets and coordinating your ensembles with contrasting leopard patterns. So, get out there and get creative with our inspirations.