Leopard styled 5 ways

Happy Wednesday, ya’ll! If you haven’t taken note, I have an obsession with leopard. And tho it’s trending now, it’s always been a timeless print. It’s classy and sits well as a closet neutral. For today’s styling session, I thought to share several leopard pieces I’ve picked up this season and several that have mastered the top spot in my wardrobe for quite sometime.  I’ll be styling them each differently to share how easy it is to incorporate this print into your wardrobe.

sweater | denim | mules

Leopard sweater  – This probably was the piece that started my obsession. You know you love leopard when you purchase a bold sweater such as this. I love the contrast in this look shown, as I paired this sophisticated sweater with the distressed denim. For sizing – I wear a S, and it fits comfortably with a cami underneath.

tee | black denim | sandals

Leopard tee – One of my most favorite finds this season – this tee, less than $5, goes to show leopard pairs well with black denim. Add in some classic neutral heels and your look is set for the office right into happy hour.

 leopard flats | chambray shirt | bodysuit | white denim

Leopard flat – One way to incorporate this print is to use it as an accent. Some say that shoes complete the look, and it most certainly has done so here. I absolutely love these calf hair flats. They are super comfortable and tho an investment, you’ll get much use out of.

sweatshirt | denim

bodysuit | camo top | denim

What if you have other prints in your wardrobe? My answer – mix the two! I love the visual contrast leopard has paired with camouflage and stripes.

leopard cami | cardigan | denim skirt | espadrilles

 Leopard cami – Ya’ll know my love for these A New Day camis from Target. When they released the leopard print, I had to grab it. I could style this versatile piece so many ways – I love it paired with my newest denim skirt and espadrilles for a dressy casual look.

I’ve pulled 4 leopard pieces and paired them with what are considered your closet neutrals  – a solid dark denim, chambray, black and white denim, and your essential denim skirt. I’ve also shown that despite what other prints you have in closet, you can mix them with your new found love of leopard. Just as the print portrays, it blends well with your wardrobe, don’t you think?

Leopard is on trend – meaning it’s readily available almost everywhere. So why not take advantage and get my hands on a few more pieces while the pot is plentiful? Here are a a few others on list, and ones I know will eventually make their way to my closet.

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