Walk on the Wild Leopard Print Side

Harpers Bazaar paris street style

Would you walk on the wild side with a touch of leopard print in your outfits? These street style photos portray the trend at it’s best.

While, I am working on my new outfit post, in which I will show you how I wore my Charlotte Olympia leopard kitten slippers, I hope you will enjoy some animal print street style inspiration. It seems the leopard trend is strong this winter and I am planning to enjoy it while it lasts. Just in case you are wondering top designers like Antonio Berardi used leopard prints in their amazing Spring Summer 2014 collections.

Not that I plan to shop more but I have the shoes, the bag and the coat so I am constantly on the search of stylish ideas.

Tommy Ton, leopard leather jacket

Model Pauline Vander leopard skirt

Christian Louboutin leopard pumps

Song of style- leopard detail bag

Leopard pag and camel coat

Have you noticed the return of the camel coat? I love it with the oversized leopard print clutch.

Audrey Hepburn leopard hat

Wouldn’t mind wearing Audrey’s Hepburn hat.

Kate Moss leopard jacket

Kate Moss wearing red leather skinny pants and a leopard jacket.

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Haha I just realized I don’t have the leopard print shirt! What about you?

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Images- Stockholm-streetstyle.com, Harpers Bazaar, Tommy Ton

Have a lovely Day!!!

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12 Comments
  1. What a great round-up of the leopard print trend. Seeing all of these photos really makes me want to amp up my wardrobe with this print. I think it has mostly manifested itself into a leopard print shoe collection. I especially love the first two photos (and the Louboutin heels of course!).

    xo- Elaine

  2. I never tier of leopard print, so classic and can always look very chic! Love your inspiration Nina 🙂

    Take care and merry Christmas,
    Daniella xox

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