How to Add a Pop of Leopard to Your Outfit
Do you remember when leopard print clothing was associated with being the wife of a mob boss or perhaps Peggy Bundy from Married With Children??? Those days are long gone and leopard print is now a wardrobe staple that you can find almost everywhere. While I am loving all the leopard print cardigans, tops, skirts, pants and dresses, sometimes it’s fun to add just a little pop of leopard to your outfit. Today I’m sharing a few ways that I have infused leopard print into my wardrobe with shoes and accessories. Whether you are looking for ways to try out the leopard print trend for the first time or already a leopard print lover and want to add to your collection, this is the post for you!
Leopard Print Flats
I purchased these flats a few years ago and they have been so popular that J Crew Factory continues to restock them year after year. The pointy toe is is both leg lengthening and flattering on us vertically challenged girls! I wear these with everything from skirts and dresses to cropped pants, jeans and leggings.
This clutch is my go-to bag when I’m headed out for an evening. I’ve paired it with everything from a little black dress to prints such as florals, stripes and plaids. While leopard can seem a bit loud to pair with other prints, the result is a fun mix of patterns that make a fun statement. I found a less expensive leopard print clutch here.
Leopard Print Scarf
Scarves have long been one of my favorite accessories, but it wasn’t until this summer that I started buying smaller, handkerchief size scarves. I wore one here to add a pop of color to an otherwise all black outfit over the summer. Scarves are a great way to dress up a ponytail, add interest to a bag, or wear around your neck in place of a necklace.
Style Tip: A scarf can be an easy way to hide roots that are overdue for a hair color appointment.
I’m always amazed by the fact that I wear my leopard print belt more than any other belt in my closet. It works equally well in a casual, professional or dressy situation. I have had mine for years, but I found a similar belt here.
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