Wild about animal print

Animal print is fun to experiment with, on-trend for fall & easier to pull off than you think.  I have to admit, I used to be one of those people who were hesitant to wear animal print.  Sometimes an all-over print can be overwhelming or come off as kitschy.  However, there are simple ways to incorporate animal print into your wardrobe without cheapening your look.

From shoes to handbags & everything in between, these designers’ take on animal print is anything but tacky.  If you see something you love, click on the picture & you will be redirected to the correct site.

Sam Edelman ‘Delilah’ Calf Hair d’Orsay Pump & ‘Alaine’ Scalloped Flat both in Nude Leopard

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Betsey Johnson Mosaic Gold & Leopard Watch

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Michael Kors Jet Set Leopard Calf Hair Crossbody

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Equipment Brett Dress – Alfalfa Multi Cape Town Collage Print

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Storets Leopard Mesh Blazer

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One of my favorite trends for fall is treating animal print as a neutral.  This is especially great if you’re new to the animal scene like myself.  By subtly incorporating a print such as leopard or snake-skin into your outfit you’re creating a statement look that let’s face it, everyone will want to copy!  Take the Sam Edelman leopard pumps for example, pair them with red pixie pants & a black sheer blouse and you have a beautiful, bold outfit or pair the Michael Kors leopard crossbody with dark denim & a striped top for an exciting mix of patterns.  Regardless of how you decide to wear animal print this fall have fun with it, don’t worry about rules & take lots of pictures!

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