5 Ways to Style Your Leopard Print Footwear

Animal print is a fashion-forward trend that not many women like to try, and wearing leopard print footwear is a great idea for those who are still not ready to wear animal print clothing items. Leopard print can look very stylish when paired right, so keep on reading for our 5 ways of wearing leopard footwear stylishly.

  1. Dress up your casual denim outfit with leopard print pumps, boots, or sandals.

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Though denim jeans and jumpsuit look effortlessly cool, they easily look sloppy especially those distressed variants. To avoid this, opt for a pair of leopard print pumps, boots, or sandals that will dress them up instantly. Like fashion blogger Blair Eadie, simply cuff your boyfriend jeans to show off your elegant pumps that will polish your overall looks. Or, be sporty-chic like Danielle Bernstein wearing a pair of leopard slip-on sneakers with her chambray romper and a baseball cap.

  1. Make your already-classy outfits more glamorous with leopard print footwear.

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Leopard print, especially those variants close to the natural spots of the feline, screams sophisticated and classy. So, they can be the perfect pair with your classy outfits including chic dresses, all-black outfit, pastel outfits, and even feminine skirts. Like fashion blogger Jane Aldridge, you may think of a pair of leopard print sandals to team with your camel trench coat that will give the classic yet modern vibe on your street looks.

  1. Pull together your color blocked pieces with leopard print pumps.

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Prints may sometimes be out of the equation when we’re talking about color combinations, but animal prints are excused since they’re considered neutral. Like fashion blogger Veronica Popoiacu, opt for a pair of leopard print pumps to complement your forest green dress or any other color that works well with brown, to create a sleek and cohesive look.

  1. Add some “tough-girl vibe” to your edgy outfits with leopard footwear.

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Wearing animal prints is a means of looking edgy without wearing studs and spikes on your outfit. A great thing, leopard print can make your edgy outfit edgier and classier since the print embodies the fierceness of the feline creatures. Leather ensembles like joggers, trousers, jackets, and dresses go perfectly with leopard print boots or sandals while a borrowed-from-boys outfit will look more flattering in a pair of leopard print slip-on sneakers.

  1. Wear the fierce look completely with by wearing two animal prints at a time.

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Wearing leopard with other busy or non-animal print will only take the sophistication and edge away from you, so forget them if you plan to go for mixed prints. However, wearing leopard with other animal prints such as zebra, snake, giraffe, and leopard itself will double the edge and fierceness of the look. Like fashion blogger Blair Eadie, you may start by wearing leopard with leopard through your shoes and bag. If you feel more adventurous enough, think of a zebra skirt, snake print shorts, and even a leopard print coat that will create an edgy yet classy statement for you.

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