Leopard: The wild print that’s always going to be in style

Fashion / February 24, 2020

Leopard is one of my favorite prints. I treat it like a neutral. You can pair it with white, black, brown, and other solid colors. If you’re feeling festive, a leopard can anchor a printed ensemble.

I like it on pants and shoes. I also don’t mind it as a bag print. I love it when Kate Moss, queen of leopard, uses it to switch up a basic jacket.

Photo courtesy of Harper’s Bazaar

In Charade, Audrey Hepburn gave us an iconic look with a red coat and a leopard-print headscarf.

When it comes to music, one must not forget the head to toe leopard-print ensembles in Shania Twain’s “That Don’t Impress Me Much”

Say what you want about leopard print but it endures. Everyone wears it from Kacey Musgraves…

…to Kylie Jenner…

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happiness ✨

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…and Vanessa Hudgens.

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Head to toe 😉

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Just last Christmas, one of Beyonce’s holiday looks was a leopard-print ensemble

And a week ago, Jennifer Lopez promoted her most recent collaboration in, you guessed it, a leopard-print outfit!