Wear It Five Ways: Leopard Print Dress

November 22, 2012

My plunge into the world of leopard prints has resulted in a gradual infusion of leopard into both my casual and work outfits. I've had a new appreciation for spotted prints since my introduction to them a little over two years ago. They add just the right amount of fun to one's outfits when the rest is a simple mixture of solid colors.

I've gotten a little more adventurous since I first got started and recently started experimenting with mixing leopard prints with other prints. For the most part, though, I still think the leopard print looks most compatible with solid black or camel.

H&M dress + belt (similar), ASOS skirt (similar here + here), J. Crew bag, and Corso Como shoes
H&M dress, J. Crew coat, See by Chloe bag, and Corso Como shoes
That said, a lot of rich colors - think brick red, forest green, and royal blue - go well with the leopard print. It's certainly a print that has something to offer everyone. 
From left to right: (1) Forever 21 jacket and Zara shoes; (2) J. Crew jacket + skirt, Corso Como shoes, and Ann Taylor necklace; (3) H&M blazer + belt, J. Crew top, and Corso Como shoes; (4) J. Crew skirt, H&M belt and Corso Como shoes; (5) Ann Taylor cardigan + boots, and Forever 21 necklace

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!

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2 comments

  1. I was a little worried about fit , but fit beautifully, I am 5"3 and 125lbs and ordered a size 6 (it is a little snug around the waist, but it's a corset so that is expected).

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  2. I like fashion because it is so cool and growing

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