Animal print is perhaps one of the most difficult patterns to style with other clothing - so, here's a few ways that I styled animal print for the week! Check out my February Collective Try On Haul which features these outfits as well!
For this outfit, I styled a leopard print coat from Mango with black tights and black booties from Aldo - don't worry, I'm wearing shorts and a tank top underneath!
Personally, animal print is quickly taking over my wardrobe, and I can't say I'm mad about it! Since the time of this shoot, I've already bought about 5 more pieces that have animal print on them - you could say I'm obsessed. Luckily, it's becoming a huge trend! (catch me rocking zebra print one of these days!)
For the second outfit, I paired these snake skin boots from Aldo with a snake skin top from H&M (similar 1 & similar 2). Along with these, I wore a black sheer longsleeve from Shein (similar) and black slacks!
This is one of my favorite outfits I've ever worn because it displays elevated comfort and pairs together so many trends all in one outfit! Snake skin is becoming one of my favorite animals prints, along with cow print - I mean, what's not to love?
For this next outfit, I wore a leopard print blouse from Forever 21 (similar), black jeans from Nordstrom, and midnight blue crocodile heels from Forever 21.
This look is definitely the most casual of all of the outfits - it's more of a Sunday brunch or "shopping with the girls" look.
For my final outfit, I paired this velvet leopard print dress from Forever 21 (similar) with the sheer bell sleeve top from Shein, black tights, and my black booties from Aldo.
This is another pretty casual outfit that could be worn out shopping or a night out. You could dress it up with some fun jewelry and heels, and you're good to go!
What are your favorite animal prints and how will you be rocking them this season?
**Pictures by Justin Villalobos - @justin_villal **
Until next time,
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