Saturday, June 19, 2021

Three ways to incorporate leopard print into your style

As fashion trends come and go, leopard print has always stayed in style. Whether you’re walking the runways, or strutting down the streets, leopard print is everywhere and is found on every type of clothing and accessory. Here are 3 different ways you can incorporate leopard print into your style this season:

Leopard print bodysuits. Bodysuits are great if you want your shirt tucked into your pants without having to worry about it becoming untucked. Bodysuits offer a chic and seamless look. Paired with black high waisted jeans, a black belt and some tall booties, this outfit is perfect for wanting to look good and feel good in your leopard print.

Leopard print dresses. Wearing a dress doesn’t always have to be for a special occasion. Pairing a flowy, loose fitting, leopard print dress with a black purse, black flats and some neutral jewelry is an outfit that fits best for those days you want to be looking put together yet still be comfortable.

Leopard print handbags. Leopard print handbags add that extra touch that your typicalhandbag may not. Because the handbag makes a statement on its own, pairing it with a neutral outfit will be no problem. Incorporating a little leopard print adds a pop of fun to your everyday style.

Email Marissa Latinville at cp@cardinalpointsonline.com


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