Animal Print is a Forever Trend

From leopard to snake, there are many ways to incorporate this statement-making trend into your wardrobe.

Lauren Bell - December 2018

Animal Print is a Forever Trend

From leopard to snake, there are many ways to incorporate this statement-making trend into your wardrobe.

Lauren Bell - December 2018


You may have noticed a lot of zoo-inspired prints at your favorite shops this season. It seems we’ve said goodbye to the ever-popular floral prints and opted instead for bold animal prints in natural—and not so natural—colorways. From leopard to snake, there are many ways to incorporate this statement-making trend into your wardrobe.

Sam Edelman leopard sport stripe beaded clutch ($78) at South Moon Under.
Chinese Laundry Focus snakeskin cut out bootie ($99.95) at South Moon Under.
Leopard earrings ($14) at Poppy and Stella.
Sam Edelman Halton leopard heel ($138) at Poppy and Stella.
Joanna Maxham Tulip snake crossbody bag ($295) at Sassanova.
Donald Pliner Laila snake print boot ($288) at Sassanova.




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