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    How to wear the Latest Trends in Leopard print

    If you are ready to up your leopard print game, we are sharing some of our favorite pieces from this trend.

    We have seen animal prints go in and out of fashion over the years, but the leopard print trend seems to have real staying power. This spicy wardrobe staple showed up in numerous designer collections recently. If you are ready to up your leopard print game, we are sharing some of our favorite pieces from this trend. Try some of these trends in leopard print.

    Tops

    A leopard print top can be subdued for work, like the blouse from Calvin Klein. On the other end of the spectrum, the glittering sequin top from Tom Ford is perfect for an evening out! These trends in leopard print will make a great addition to your wardrobe.

    Dresses and Skirts

    The leopard print trend gives an edge to feminine pieces like skirts and dresses. From short and sassy to long and elegant, these dresses will have all eyes on you. A dress is a great way to jump on the trend in leopard print.

    Outwear

    Stay stylish in the leopard print trend while you keep warm this winter. Animal print coats add some serious punch to your wardrobe of solid color outerwear. Add these trends in leopard print to your closet.

    Shoes

    If you are not quite ready to commit to bold use of the leopard print trend, try boosting your outfit with a pair of leopard shoes. The pop of print can elevate your whole look. These shoes capture the trends in leopard print perfectly.

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