It’s no secret. I adore Leopard Print! I never met a leopard print I didn’t like. I took inventory, and currently in my closet there are 2 long leopard cardigans, 2 short leopard cardigans, 1 long leopard kimono, 1 long leopard vest, 3 leopard print tops, 2 pair of leopard pumps, 1 pair of leopard booties, and several leopard scarves and gloves. I think. There may be more. Don’t judge. Like I said. I love leopard. I draw the line at leopard print leggings though, because that would just be ridiculous. On me. Not you. It would probably be cute on you. Anyway…
I thought it would be fun to show you just a few different ways you can use Leopard Print as a neutral, dressing it up or down depending on your day. Leopard is also a classic, proven by the fact that the sweater I’m styling in this photos is about 7 or 8 years old, from Chico’s, and I still enjoy wearing it! I love me some long cardigans too y’all. They cover up a multitude of sins. (similar sweater here)
Here’s an example of how to wear a leopard cardigan for a casual Saturday, or day off shopping and running errands. I’m wearing it with this fun t shirt from Old Navy, my favorite jeans, and some comfy booties. I’m ready to run errands, but I feel fun, not frumpy.
Another casual idea with the leopard cardigan show how well leopard plays with denim and chambray. This longer tunic looks great with my tall boots and the Warp & Weft jeans from my December Stitch Fix, topped with the leopard cardigan. Perfect for a lunch date with friends!
I wear Leopard Print a lot at work. It’s one of my favorite prints to throw on to liven things up a bit in my otherwise fairly conservative office. Here, I’ve paired it with a simple black skirt, ruffle chambray blouse from Chicos, and my new Leopard Print pumps from Sole Society.
Finally, I styled the cardigan for a date night, a fun concert, or drinks with friends. The glittery novelty tee is from a local boutique, and the black jeans are Just Black brand from my January Stitch Fix. I think it really pops with the Leopard Print cardigan and pumps, don’t you?
Well, did I prove how versatile Leopard Print can be? What’s your favorite way to style Leopard? Talk to me! I’d love to hear your ideas. Because I clearly have plenty of Leopard Print in my closet to work with! Thanks for reading!