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Leopard Print And . . . (How To Wear Your Leopard Prints)

By Natalie |

You know, you want to wear leopard print. You don’t want your leopard print to wear you.

Leopard is all over the place these days, in fashion magazines and street style blogs, but it can be an intimidating trend to try the first time. One wrong move and you’re squarely in Jersey Shore/your great aunt Mildred territory. And who wants that?

But leopard, when applied sparingly (or not!), is such a fun trend, with major bang for your buck. After the jump, some styling ideas for you, your leopard print, and your great aunt Mildred.

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Leopard Print And . . . (How To Wear Your Leopard Prints)

. . . Sweaters!

Say you have some leopard print pants (from Target!). Say you have some oversized sweaters of various print and pattern. Done.
This leopard and . . . via Ascot Friday

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