Today’s post makes me really excited! I’m sharing four ways to wear leopard print this fall! I think that leopard print acts as a neutral, therefore recommend buying it as often as you can. Whether it’s a top, skirt, scarf or shoes you can’t go wrong with the pop of pattern.
I thought about saving my favorite look for last but I just can’t help but to share it first!! This leopard print flowy skirt from Ann Taylor Factory is seriously the best thing I’ve ever seen! I’m dressing it down with a grey tee, white furry jacket and booties! This look is perfect for girl’s night, Thanksgiving or a business casual work environment.
Sizing: Skirt is a size 0 Petite – Ann Taylor’s items usually run big on my so I would say to size down \\ Jacket is a size small \\ Tee is a size medium – sized up for length \\ Purse is Sole Society
Side note: Big thanks to Linen and Flax Clothing for letting me borrow this tee. I forgot my grey J.Crew Factory tee at home and was outside their shop about to shoot this outfit when I realized it was missing. They let me borrow this tee to recreate my look which couldn’t have been more perfect!
Next, we have a more casual look. I’m adding the leopard print as an accessory which is great to add to any more plain outfit. If you take away the scarf, you have three solid colors on top of each other: green, black and brown. When the print is added on the green, it pulls in the brown and black from below pulling the whole outfit together!
My poncho is from Target and comes in several colors. My leggings are maternity but are also available in non maternity! My riding boots are Marc Fisher from QVC. They have gold detailing up the side and are extremely comfortable! Another pair of riding boots I love and have owned for the last five years are the Penny Boots by Sam Edelman. Both options are great!
Third, is another skirt option! This skirt is great for work! I’m dressing it down today by adding a chunkier sweater and booties. This look would be great for dinner out, work or family photos! I love investing in pieces that you can wear more ways than one and feel like this skirt is no exception. I highly suggest adding a leopard print work skirt to your closet and this skirt could be just the one!
Last, but not least, is the leopard print blouse from Loft layered under a black jumper! I added the belt and booties for a more casual look but would also wear it sans belt with pumps for a day in the office. I’ve already worn this blouse several times since it’s addition to my closet two weeks ago. I think this top is the one leopard piece that I’ll get the most wear out of this season. It’s perfect for work and for play and can be worn a million different ways!
Get all details from today’s post by clicking on the photos below. Which look is your favorite??
Thank you to Sole Society for sending the quilted crossbody purse for today’s post!
Photos by KVC Photography