Leopard prints, how to style them

Leopard prints are trendy, how do you wear it avoiding fashion disasters? Here are some tips to enjoy your leopard prints look without seeming to have escaped from the circus. Obviously everything in a semi-serious tone!stampa maculata

The winter 2019 sales have just begun and, as I told you before, one of the items to buy must necessarily have leopard prints.

Yes, because this blessed leopard print look resurfaces every single season and each time it is passed off as the big news!

No news at all! Leopard prints is a story that is repeating itself, so that buying a leopard print garment during sales really suits you, you will use it for centuries and will be passed down from generation to generation.

Let’s say that back in 2012, on this blog I had worn a Zara leopard print coat (note, please, the photographic flaw of that old post) and immediately I had received countless emails wondering if I would put it on sale .

A voice (more than anything else a scream) told me not to sell it and not to give it away and that coat is, even today, in my closet.

And I did well! Leopard prints never goes out of fashion, it’s like making an investment in the stock market!

Okay okay. Great. The leopard print look is in fashion. But how to style leopard prints?

For the less adventurous the answer is simple, monochromatic look and leopard prints.

For those who want to dare a little more colors you can pick two or three. The leopard print is fine with burgundy, red, black and beige.

For those who want to dare, the leopard print is fine with that python as long as it is discreet.

Yes, because the most probable risk is to exaggerate with the animal print.

As fashion bloggers we often tend to create risky looks and very often I have seen on the web or on Instagram, outfits that would not be good even at the circus!

If some leopard print detail is absolutely necessary in our look, going around dressed as leopards from head to toe is not advisable.

You risk being caught, being put to sleep with a sleeping pill and being locked up in a zoo!

However, let’s see the positive side ….. you will have room and food for free!

Dresses in spotted print by NinniSenzafreni found @duedidueshowroom

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Selvaggia Capizzi

Selvaggia Capizzi

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3 Responses

  1. Hi Francesca
    I love leopard print is a timeless classic.
    And I love your jacket is wonderful and with these burgundy boots it looks outstanding.
    I don’t think anyone wants to be shut up in a zoo, your tips are mine too !!



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