Leopard Prints Are This Winter’s Boldest Design

The trend for leopard prints is already charging full force ahead. After scoring celebrity approval last year, the sleek but casual look was taken up by many brands after New York Fashion Week. Now festival goers can get ready for the season by exploring leopard prints in tops, pants and dresses on sites such as Nasty Gal, Missguided, Revolve, and many more. The design comes in a wide range of colors and tints, and can be found on accessories ranging from Western belts to metallic backpacks. If this pattern is a little bold for your taste, try adding leopard print flair to your look with a smaller aspect like your shoes. Leopard prints adorn mostly boots and heels, but the pattern will also dress up a pair of sneakers. To keep the shopping experience easy and guilt free, all of the products we’ve recommended below are faux fur.

Faux Fur Leopard Print Shoes

If you haven’t yet sampled fashion’s favorite pattern, donning a pair of leopard print shoes will give you a chance to experiment in a way that works well with almost everything in your closet. Leopard print shoes add an instant aura of cool to any outfit. Meant to spice up any outfit, these heels from Milanoo steal the show with bold colors and the look of real fur. And if you’re looking for comfortable glam, these slingback flats from ASOS DESIGN are the way to go.

Leopard Print Pants

This cool style isn’t going anywhere any time soon in the New Year. Leopard print pants have been popularized by celebrities such as Lady Gaga and Demi Lavato, and the trend is expected to keep on going strong. For leopard print pants, check out the So Fierce Leopard Pants from Nasty Gal. Grab a pair for your honey too! The Easy Pant II Leopard Print Jogger Pants from Obey are both stylish and comfortable men’s joggers.

Leopard Print Chiffon Shirt

This beautiful semi-sheer chiffon with three-quarter length sleeves from Nasty Gal is sure to be a hit at the next music festival.

Leopard Print Dress

Want to send out serious Bohemian vibes? Team a leopard print dress with western-inspired accessories such as a buckle belt and western boots and you’ll create a look that is on trend. A great one to check out is Nasty Gal’s Slippin’ into Your DMs Leopard Dress.


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