Some trends are seasonal, some are perpetual. As we enter the fall season, animal prints are on the frontline of fashion styles again. Although, we cannot deny that have always been trendy regardless of the season. Wearing animal prints like leopards, giraffes, zebras, could say a lot about your fashionista self. It is not only good for the eye, but it also gives you a fierce but chick look that is undeniably attractive.
Here are the 5 ways to style animal prints and slay the fashion world:
1. Layer over an inner outfit
As much as animal prints do not go out of trend, the power of layering fashion pieces does not go out of style, too. By simply putting on your leopard print jacket or suit top over plain or bold patterns like floral or plaid designs, you can bring more excitement to a cold fall day.
2. Wear in full body
Animals like tigers have prints all over their bodies. If you want a style that fully represents your love for the animal kingdom, then having animal prints all over your body is the key. A full-body tiger print dress mixed with animal printed bag and shoes is a wild outfit idea combination that creates an even more powerful and fierce aura.
3. Colorful matchy-matchy
Don’t think animal prints would look good in bold, bright colors? Worry no more! Doing these two styles is like hitting two birds with one stone. A twofer of rock and pop, indeed! These two combined have both stand the test of time in the fashion world. A proof that animal prints are not limited to the usual black or brown and white prints. It can also be presented through the bright hues of yellow, green, blue, and so on.
4. Chic and casual
If you want to look stylish but do not want to look like you are about to walk on a runway, then consider going for a casual look. Tops like animal-print shirts can perfectly go with a pair of ripped boyfriend jeans or mini shorts. Bohemian style animal printed skirts look stylish with a plain top of shirt or sleeveless blouse. Try experimenting between your plain garments and animal printed ones, and see how you could bring in a voguish look without looking too wild.
5. Choose animal print bling blings
Nobody goes out of home without any accessories. If you are not in the mood for a wildlife-themed clothes but still want to rock like a chick leopard, you may opt for accessories with animal prints. Shoes, bags, and pieces of jewelry with animal prints can give you a chick daytime look when paired with monochrome outfits. Although black is the safest color, you can also go for outfits with earth tones, nudes, and reds for a highly fashionable look for the day. Add on an Omega Constellation timepiece on your wrist and you are ready to slay and seize the day!
They say a woman’s fashion says a lot about her personality and lifestyle. Choosing a style that never goes out of trends could reflect a personality that blooms in every season. Animal prints may seem too wild and fierce, but when perfectly styled, it can create a more distinct fashion flavor that will make you stand out, even on casual days.
Arianne Yssabel Narido is an experienced Creative Writer and Editor. She has created a wide range of content across various digital publications - from videos and copy ads to web content. She is fond of Korean pop culture and often gains writing inspirations from their songs and movies.
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