Real talk: I actually think Sarah Michelle Gellar’s outfit is executed a little sloppy. The leggings look a little stretched out and I think I saw some stains when I was zoomed in on the original photo. But who cares? I’m not judging! I am still wearing my Thanksgiving Day fat pants. What matters is that the elements of this outfit are super cute — especially that knit animal-print skirt! — and easily replicated on a budget. Find out how to get it, after the jump! Keep reading »
There was once a time where I might have vehemently declared leopard-print to be tacky as hell. And it can be, in the hands of, say, Teresa Giudice. But done right, leopard-print can look amazing on anyone, either as an accent print via a scarf, clutch or shoe, or as MAJOR STATEMENT when worn as a coat or pair of pants. Click on through for some street style inspiration and a bunch of leopard-print items you should start rocking ASAP.
Okay, it’s official. Diane von Furstenberg has had the very first NYFW collection where I’ve loved EVERY single piece.
Maybe it’s because I’m super into animal prints right now or because the radio has been playing Katy Perry’s “Roar” every five fucking seconds, but DVF’s safari-themed pieces are just what the doctor ordered.
“What I’m hoping is that people feel joie de vivre, happiness, and beauty in a world that is so rough, so unpredictable, and scary,” the designer said before her show. Mission accomplished. These clothes make me happy. I feel like I can rule the damn world in jungle-chic ensembles that bring out my inner wild child. But I still don’t know which one I want (hypothetically, because let’s be serious—I ain’t made of money)…
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Looking for an easy way to add some interest to a simple outfit, or take a funky ensemble to the next level? Just add some leopard print shoes. Whether you choose flats, boots, or pumps, a touch of animal print always makes a statement. Click through to see how 12 celebs, from Mindy Kaling to Sharon Stone, styled their leopard print footwear!
Damn you, Helen Mirren, for looking so fine. Mirren proves that wearing leopard-print after 50 doesn’t have to look like some tickety-tackity cougartown tragedy. Here she is at the London premiere of “Arthur” in an animal-print Dolce & Gabbana gown and leather jacket, and it works. How you do sexy so well, lady? [W.E.R.Q] Keep reading »