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Style Stealer: Chloe Sevigny’s Leopard Look

I know what you’re thinking: Why would I ever want to steal this outfit? But! All of the elements of the outfit are great, even if you’d never be caught dead pairing a bowtie with a leopard print dress. And hey, we like a challenge. We think, for instance, that the bowtie would work better as a belt. After the jump, we give you our interpretation of Chloe Sevigny’s leopard love. And if you see an outfit you’d like to steal, {encode=”julie@thefrisky.com” title=”send us a pic”} and we’ll do our best! Keep reading »

Cheapskate: Leopard-Print Shoes, Boots, And Bags For Less

The above objects of desire — Christian Louboutin’s Big Lips Booty boots, Valentino’s Leopard Hair Calf Bow Tote, and Lanvin’s Leopard-Print Knee Boot — all cost way more than $1,000! And while leopard print continues to be a big trend, we can’t justify spending a month’s rent and food allowance on boots or a bag. Call us practical. So instead, we found other leopard-print shoes, boots, and bags that won’t break the budget because none cost more than $200. See what we found after the jump. Keep reading »

Chic On The Street: Animal Prints

How does one add a little naughty to the nice and timeless dress-belt-cardi-combo? With zebra print and thick leather belt of course! Sophie Josephine Bouillon, 22, amps up a classic and makes it look effortless. We spotted Sophie, a fashion student, breezing by on Avenida Cabildo in Buenos Aires, and asked her to share her style secrets. She’s wearing a dress from Akibara, belt from Zucca, cardigan from Zara and sandals from Havaianas. Well done. Keep reading »

The Eyes Of The Tiger

You know those stupid witty “My Eyes Are Up Here” T-shirts designed to make dudes feel like idiots for ogling our lady goods? Well, apparently one designer has gone the other way entirely, not only not whining about boob-staring, but kind of promoting the activity. Or at least that’s what we make of this tiger T. Stop focusing, for a moment, on the fact that it’s a half shirt paired with a mesh leotard and drop-crotch sweats and you’ll notice that those tiger eyes are in an interesting place indeed. If you decide to wear that, do you really have any right to be annoyed with people for talking at the girls? [$105, Shakuhachi, Pixie Market] Keep reading »

Crave: Zebra Stripe Skinny Jeans

Finally, some animal print pants to wear so you’ll fit in during all-night “Real Housewives Of New Jersey” viewing sessions. Sure, leopard print might be more New Jersey-erffic, but we can definitely get on board with this overture by Forever 21 at Fabulosity, too. It takes a fashionista of hearty stock to pull off zebra print skinny jeans, but we have faith that you can do it. [$36, Forever 21] Keep reading »

Fashion Slideshow: Rogan For Target

This Sunday, Rogan’s GO International line hits Target stores. But before you decide you’re going to skip going out on Saturday so you can be first in line on Sunday morning, check out a few of the looks. It seems that Rogan would like to help bring animal prints to the masses. Doesn’t Heidi Montag have that covered? (That being said, I may have to purchase at least one of the plaid numbers. Plaid is my black.) Keep reading »

Rich Men Don’t Like Sequins Or Fake Tans

Russia ranks second (behind the U.S.) in wealthy bachelors, which makes sense, because the country has 110 billionaires and 130,000 millionaires. Hoping to cash in by selling women guides on how to marry rich, a bunch of authors have written books on the subject.

In the book Marry A Millionaire, socialite authors Oksana Robski and Ksenia Sobchack warn against wearing jeans with sequins, D&G leopard-print tops, fake tans, dark glasses at night, and high-heeled boots. “Without a doubt, this is the battle gear of the Ukrainian prostitute,” they write. Crap. I had planned to wear that exact outfit on my next date. I am completely baffled as to what I should wear. Maybe a Roberto Cavalli animal-print dress? [Sydney Morning Herald] Keep reading »

Style-a-saurus!

Finally animal-print lovers can look forward to a sexy new pattern: dinosaur! Researchers in North Dakota have uncovered a mummified Edmontosaurus in a rock tomb. The Badlands’ find gives paleontologists and fashionistas a close look at real greenish-black dino flesh. The discovery is especially exciting because it’s an extremely rare specimen of preserved skin — which is hard as iron, but hopefully won’t be hard to iron in knock-off garments. Although it will take a year to fully uncover the discoveries, there are already books and a National Geographic kids show in the works. As far as the runway goes, with vintage being so popular, we’re sure this 65 million-year old dino print will be all the rage! [CNN]
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