Leopard Love: My Latest Picks

by on September 26, 2012

It looks like the leopard trend is anything but endangered – spots are here to stay in the Fall season. Here are a few of my favorite leopard-print clothing and accessories that you should get your hands on before the first leaves begin to fall.

The great thing about leopard is the fact that it goes well with pretty much anything – it can look well-placed in accessory form and perfectly chic as a more bold clothing item. Leopard is timeless and looks great on everyone – what’s more to love?

Some of my latest leopard faves from Topshop, NastyGal, and Saks Fifth Avenue.

I love this Equipment silk shirt ($268) – like the brand’s other designs, its sheer and sexy without being too revealing. The leopard print elevates a now classic button-down to the next level. This One Teaspoon Tiger Moth trench ($328) with greyish suede is so remarkably different from any other coat that I’ve seen – it would go great with booties and an understated dress/pants underneath.

The leopard scarf from Nasty Gal ($20) is a classic at this point, acting as the instant dose of chicness to an outfit that screams “I didn’t want to get out of bed this morning,” or any other look, for that matter. The Cat Call blouse ($58) combines so many trends at once – the button down, color blocking, leopard print, and contrasting collar – that you’re sure to look ahead of the class while wearing it. I definitely want one!

If you don’t own printed denim at this point, you should get your hands on the perfect basic – this cropped pair of Current/Elliot Roller Leopard Print Jeans ($204) with an adorable cuffed ankle. One of my favorite items out of this bunch has to be these leopard heel sandals from Topshop ($120) – they’d look great with just about anything (especially dresses or cropped pants), and would become part of your regular rotation of fabulousness in no time. Lastly, you can’t go wrong with cheetah-print nail wraps  ($14); the cool thing about these is that they’re half hot pink, half cheetah. Fierce.


What do you think of my collection of leopard print? Let me know in the comments section.