4 ways to style a leopard cardigan

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i recently had a request from an instagram follower to offer a few more ideas on how to style this leopard cardigan (last seen here). given the fact that i’ve grown quite fond of my recent wardrobe addition, i was very happy to oblige. this morning at 9:00 a.m. PST on instagram, i’m sharing styling videos on how each of these four looks came together. i’ve created a highlight in my profile titled ‘leopard cardigan’ so it’ll be easy to find said videos long after they’ve reached their 24-hour expiration time. and i plan on doing this for future styling sessions as well so they’re easy to locate!

as always, the outfit details are linked on the liketoknow.it app and the exact (or similar) pieces are also provided below. let me know if there are any other items that you’d like to see styled in the future!

quickly, before we get started, though this cardigan hails from hollister, a brand i shopped at in my middle school days, it does not, thankfully, adhere to typical ‘junior sizing.’ the small is plenty roomy and perfect for layering over tees and even light sweaters. at a hair under 5′ 7″, the sweater hits me just below my bum, which i find to be plenty generous in the length. it’s priced under $50 without discount, but be sure to check the website often because it does periodically go on sale!

hollister leopard cardigan (small)

everlane authentic stretch high-rise skinny jean in ankle length (TTS -26)

abercrombie chambray (similar here & here)

j.crew factory d’orsay flats (similar)

hollister leopard cardigan (small) || old navy swing dress (small)

target tights (similar) || everlane boss boots (size up 1/2 size)

hollister leopard cardgian (small) || suunday clara blouse (xs)

everlane wide leg crop pant (TTS -2)

old navy faux suede slim-calf block-heel boot (TTS -9.5)

hollister leopard cardigan (small)

madewell skinny overalls (TTS with little stretch -small)

old navy luxe tee (small) || j.crew leopard calf hair flats (TTS -9.5)

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