Fashion has been taking inspiration from everything around us, including nature. Animal prints are a huge part of fashion, be it clothes or accessories. One such print that stands out is the leopard print. It has been around since forever and it is considered to be a fashion neutral now (like blue jeans or a black pencil skirt).
Take a look at how these Bollywood babes make leopard print look super glam.
Kareena Kapoor Khan look super glamorous in this halter neck leopard print gown.
Sonam Kapoor in a leopard print top matched with a lacy white pencil skirt for a fashion magazine shoot.
Read on to know how you can try the leopard print in your outfits.
Leopard print tops are a great way to introduce the print in your wardrobe. You can try the print in a shirt form or a blouse form. Pair it with basic skinny jeans in white or blue colour.
Who said you cannot wear printed bottoms? Try the leopard print in the form of a pencil skirt or wide leg pants. These look extremely chic with a basic black t-shirt. If you want to go one step ahead, try matching any of the bottoms with a camel-coloured sweater top. Add accessories like a gold belt or simple black heels to polish the look.
Another fun way to wear the leopard print is in flirty dresses. The print itself looks bold and daring, so a dress in the print will add a statement outfit to your wardrobe. You can wear the print in a flowy summer dress or a shirt dress. Complete your look with heels to make a statement.
Leopard print shoes are a perfect addition to add some glam to your wardrobe. You can try basic slides or mules for daily wear. Or try pointed toe heels for a statement making evening look.
Yes, leopard print bags are a thing! Bucket bags are trending, so you can add that to your closet. If you are a fan of the classic sling, try it in a fun leopard print to jazz up your evening looks.
6. Accessories – sunglasses, headbands, jewellery, etc
Apart from all the above mentioned fashion items, there are a lot of accessories available in the leopard print that you can try. Sunglasses, earrings, headbands, scrunchies, etc. Take your pick and add some leopard fun to your style!
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