We´ve discussed explicitly in this blog how to wear animal print however, it occurred to me now that we´ve officially welcomed spring and that summer is soon on the way, we may as well explore some ways to wear animal print in warmer days.
We can have more fun styling this print outdoor if the weather allows us to bare more skin instead of staying fully wrapped. We´re not confined solely to animal print jackets or animal print scarf because we don´t have to brave the cold. We´ve got plenty of choices!
So if you´re like me who adores animal print and is excited to wear this trend this season, check out these looks I´ve created below.
Go Casual with Animal Print Ballet Flats
During warmer days, my casual outfit becomes very predictable, you´re very likely to see me in denim shorts. I love to team my shorts with comfortable tank tops or cotton t-shirts and my favorite accents are leopard print ballet flats.
Strut Your Leopard Print Oxford Shoes
Just yesterday I was eyeing a pair of Oxford shoes, the shoes that most fashion bloggers adore. They were cute and looked very sweet for my feet but they were nude, nothing close to this leopard print Oxford shoe, which, if worn with red skinny jeans and light green top, looks very delicious!
Hug Your Curves with an Animal Print Dress
So I was told that sheath or body con dress is becoming a uniform. Well, this red little leopard print dress that I suggest you to wear is a layered dress. It highlights your curves without overdoing it. Slip into a pair of peep-toe nude pumps, grab a red clutch and put on your to-go to sunglasses for a look that impress.
Style Up a Zebra Print Skinny Jeans
I`ve said here at the blog that girls should avoid a head-to-toe animal print look. But guess what? This outfit is technically a head-to-toe or a top-to-bottom animal print combo. Why I recommend this look? Because the tank top, while an animal print itself, is a silver which makes it very neutral.
It compliments this zebra print skinny jeans perfectly so my only addition to the team is a pair of gorgeous pink pumps and attention-grabbing sunglasses. Nobody´s gonna guess that you´re wearing way much animal print.
Brave an Oversized Animal Print
I only don´t have a heart for oversized t-shirts in warm days, I actually have a need of them. I sweat a lot on a sunny day so wearing body hugging clothes is not very preferrable. I enjoy the comfort of oversized shirts but I avoid looking baggy.
My technique? I opt for t-shirts with statement prints such as this leopard print oversized t-shirt which I either wear it with black skinny jeans or black denim shorts. I stick to black footwear too.
So tell me girls, are you planning to wear animal print this spring and summer? Which of the looks above are you likely to wear?