styling leopard print for spring/summer

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a wise woman (jenna lyons) once said, “leopard is a neutral.” though the animal print could be a bold choice for some, if styled well, it can be as essential to any outfit as a basic white tee. to showcase its versatility as well as make the case that it’s a print appropriate for all four seasons, i’ve teamed up with my friend, melanie (@simplymelanielo) to provide 10 (5 a piece) ways to incorporate the feline-inspired fashion into your spring/summer wardrobes.

we’ll be sharing our styling session congruently on our instagram stories at 2:00 p.m. PDT and i’ve made a speedy video to be posted on IGTV later tonight. in the meantime, all of the links from the session are currently provided below (i’ve provided similar options for the pieces that have since sold out) and the looks are also available to shop on the liketoknow.it app.

the four items i’ll be featuring are as follows:

j.crew two strap leopard flats (similar here & here)

j.crew vintage tee in leopard print

hollister leopard cardigan (similar here & here)

anthropologie leopard headband (similar here, here & here)

abercrombie button-up cami (small)*

*see more ways to style this cami here

madewell wide-leg crop jeans (TTS -26) || j.crew leopard flats (TTS)

natalie borton earrings (c/o)

j.crew vintage tee in leopard print (small)

abercrombie high-rise mid-length shorts (TTS -26)

universal thread woven mules (TTS) || brixton hat (runs big!)

mango denim dress (similar here & here)

universal thread woven mules (TTS) || similar headband

natalie borton earrings (c/o)

j.crew vintage tee in leopard print (small) || madewell wide-leg trousers (similar)

sam edelman ‘hazel’ pumps (TTS) || natalie borton earrings (c/o)

hollister leopard cardigan (similar) || abercrombie button-up cami (small)

everlane wide-leg crop pants (TTS -2)

jenni kayne mules (similar) || natalie borton earrings (c/o)

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