How To: Style Animal Print

Tiger stripes or cheetah spots, the markings that are gracing our clothing this year. But for someone used to styling monochromatic, unfussy outfits, where do you start. Consider this your guide to dressing like a jungle animal.

After years of thinking the slightest glimpse of leopard print gave a resemblance of Kat Slater, Eastenders finest, I have finally let my guard down and introduce the sultry print to my wardrobe. But the cheetah is not alone, he comes with zebra and snake too.

Keep It Down Below. 

 

Easy to style with a plain tee or jumper, can be dressed up or down. An inssssstant sssstatement (see what I did there) Whether you’re a lover of wide leg flares, skinny jeans, cropped kick flares. The animal print trouser is a great one to start with to ease subtle print in to your wardrobe.

Wearing: Mango jumper, Zara jeans, Gucci bag Lily Lu Lu trainers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Blend Into The Background, Not. 

Yes, this one is not for the faint hearted. But a statement coat is a great way to amp up your, some what, un-fussy wardrobe. Perfect for adding a little sass to a winter coat.

Wearing: Acne Studios hat, Nasty gal coat, Bubble room leggings, Nasty gal boots. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Full Statement.

Easy to chuck on, minimal thought and an instant wow factor. There is nothing I dislike about a dress the ease of a printed wrap or shirt dress is what I live for. Imagine, you’re going on a weekend away no idea what to pack, you don’t want to spend copious amounts of time slaving over choosing outfits. A printed dress, style with minimal accessories and you’re set.

Wearing: Miss Selfridge dress, bag and boots, New look necklace

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