In a previous post, I mentioned my love for leopard print. I don’t want you all to think I’m exclusively dating leopard print so I thought I’d share some outfit ideas for all kinds of animal print! They’re all amazing and help to keep your looks interesting by adding texture to the outfit. I personally think one of the best things you can do is add texture to an outfit with materials like (faux) leather, (faux) fur, satin, etc. They really help to take your look to the next level!
Here I’m sharing a few more animal print inspired looks for the fall and winter. Some are bold because animal print is usually very bold anyway and some are simple and subdued. I hope you enjoy!
I’m starting off with this pretty snake print cami and pairing it with (faux) leather shorts. It would be so cute for a night out with the girls or even date night! You can also switch out the shorts for (faux) leather leggings to stay warm!
I absolutely love croc print for accessories! It just looks so pretty and chic on shoes and bags and I consider it a staple in my wardrobe. I styled these burgundy croc print boots with some mom jeans and a sweater to be comfy and cozy but added a leather jacket for a more grungey look.
Since snake print is everywhere, I thought I should add in another version of it. I found this pretty dress at Zara and practically fell over! The style is stunning and super flattering. I paired it with these suede knee high boots, but scrunched them down because it’s ~trendy~ and slapped on a black waist belt. The deep V neckline is a little bit too deep for the office on it’s own, but with a cami underneath we can make it work!
I found this beauty at Zara a few weeks ago too and fell in love. We all know I love leopard print and this dress is no exception. It’s pretty, flowy and very bold. I love it with pointy toe black sock boots for work but throw on a leather jacket and it’s a great look for play too!
This is the ultimate bold outfit right here. These snakeprint pants are CRAZY in the best way. They are sort of out of my comfort zone (compared to my leopard pants I guess???) so I figured I’d style a pretty, crazy outfit for it. I took this gray bell sleeve sweater and added these navy ankle boots to keep it simple but went with this baby pink coat for a major pop of color. So fun!
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