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.
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!
As Julie has previously mentioned, leopard print is tough to get right, but it can definitely be done. I think Heidi Klum looks pretty amazing here (I mean, she’s Heidi Klum, so not looking amazing would be a much more difficult endeavor), although I could do without the ruffle hem, and the black leather belt seems a bit heavy to be paired with strappy stiletto sandals. Overall though, I’m going to place this in the “successful leopard print” category. What say you?
Let’s face it: It’s a whole lot easier to get leopard print wrong than it is to get it right. We’re surrounded (surrounded!) by people who are getting it all wrong — leopard that’s too tight, too trashy or just plain uggos. So that’s why I’ve searched high and low to find several leopard printed pieces that are actually pretty cool. The rule is, when you’re wearing a pattern that’s as bold as leopard, try pairing it with more demure accessories, and balance out the wild print with a classic shape. And with those words of wisdom, it’s off to the leopard looks …
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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 »