Leopard Print Outfits

Leopard print is a neutral, right? Please tell me I am not the only one that thinks so. Animal print is everywhere right now but I actually consider it a timeless trend. There are so many ways to incorporate leopard print into your wardrobe. Today, I’m sharing a few of my recent favorite looks. I’ll also share some pieces that can take you into fall – although, in Texas, we still have another 3 months of summer

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Plus size Queens – this one is for you!! I love how flattering this dress is. It comes in other colors also. I ordered another one in black (of course lol). It is extremely flattering. The length is perfect and I even love that the sleeve lands right above the elbow. I got so many compliments from gay men in this outfit lol!! Thanks, Queens.

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I have never worn boots with a dress – aside from the time I wore cowboy boots with a bride’s maid dress. I stepped out of my comfort zone but I felt GREAT!!!! This lightweight dress is a great casual option for the summer. Comes in sizes XS – XXL – yay for size inclusivity!!

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This is my favorite outfit at the moment. It’s so comfortable and flattering. The skirt comes in black – which I am ordering ASAP. It’s lightweight, as well. This is my favorite tank & it comes in so many colors. If you are not into tanks – this same brand makes a great short sleeve tee and long sleeve tee. I also got a lot of compliments on this look, this time from women lol.

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Some of you are going to be moving into colder weather soon – I envy you. These outfits can easily transition into fall by pairs with a cool (faux) leather jacket or cardigan. Or maybe you can to add a touch of animal print to an outfit you already have in your closet.

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These are just three of my favorite looks. There are so many gorgeous ways to style animal print. Let me know if you have worn this trend and how you’re rocking it!

XO, Em

11 responses to “Leopard Print Outfits”

  1. How cute! I love all of these leopard items! The first outfit is probably my fave!!

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  2. It’s totally a neutral! I love all your animal print looks, you look fabulous!

    XOXO
    Cathy

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  3. I love the leopard trend and totally for it this season!! I need that leopard skirt!

    Kileen
    cute & little

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  4. The first one if my favorite! Absolutely love that dress on you!

    xo Laura Leigh
    http://www.louellareese.com

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  5. It’s 100% a neutral and a great print year round! I love that midi skirt of yours!

    -Morgan
    How 2 Wear It [] http://how2wearit.com

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  6. That large print leopard dress is my favorite on you!! I love a bold leopard print any day!!

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  7. I love a good leopard print. You can wear it in any shape or style and it’s always in fashion!

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  8. I certainly agree that leopard is a neutral. I will always be a huge fan of the print, even if the “trend” begins to fade. I think it’s so fun and funky. And you did a great job styling it!

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  9. These are all so cute! Love all of these choices and yes girl…leopard is defff a neutral!

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  10. Leopard is def a timeless trend! Totally agree!

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  11. Girl, you are working that dress! I love styling leopard print 🙂

    -xo, Azanique | https://www.lotsofsass.com

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