If there is one sartorial craze that’s carried over seasons, its the Animal Prints trend. Bold, Elegant and Instant style-makers. From leopard, tiger, cheetah snake and now cow (you read that right), these animal prints might be very in this season, but they are a timeless fashion staple. To call this a trend almost feels absurd as animal print has been in for, uhh, forever but there is no qualm it saw a renaissance this past year with the rise of the general animal print trend. Bags, shoes, shirt, scrunchies, nails-literally everything that went down the runways this season was covered in animal prints and seeing as its one of the easiest patterns and combination to style, we are all about it. Celebrities like Gigi hadid, Bella Hadid Victoria Beckham, Kendall Jenner, Tyra Banks, Priyanka Chopra Jonas have embraced the animal print trend.
From going full-out glam in an animal print dress to amping up your office attire with these statement-making piece, this fierce print is one that’s undeniably versatile. So scroll down on inspiration on how to style your animal print dresses right and to discover the best pieces on high-street and beyond to shop right now.
The more print, the better! Mixing variations of prints creates a cool, unexpected and chic look
Trying to make a slinky leopard print dress daytime appropriate? Style it over your favorite turtle neck top
You might find that a leather jacket is just as versatile as your dress. An easy yet fierce outfit solution.
Dress down your dress by styling it with more casual pieces like sneakers and a tote. Its anything but boring!
Some rules are made to be broken. Don’t be afraid to add a little color to your animal print.
When your comfiest dress can make a statement, it’s a win-win
Instead of wearing your heels give this print a whole new look with some chunky boots. Add a belt to cinch your waist.
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