Fashion Rule #35: Must have print – L E O P A R D

Fall is the seaon of prints! There is no exclusion for the trendy leopard print styles. Don’t know why but this print brings out the 90’s in me. Last year leopard print was just used to accessorize: only seen in shoes, scarves, purses. But this year it’s on! Everywhere!

Got this dress from A’gaci and it’s flattering to the body and has an awesome open back. Since it is a bit out of my comfort zone if I wear it by itself, I decided to pair it up with an oversized denim jacket. You can never go wrong with oversized outerwear. You can also style with some athletic zipper hoodie or pull over. I really don’t see this dress any other way than just 90’s theme. There is a lot of other ways you can style it up, but I want to keep it as a 90’s style piece in my closet.


Because the print is the main focus of the outfit, I decided to keep accessories to a minimum. Hoop earrings are the perfect combo of 90’s + minimum + girl boss style. Something about hoops just makes makes me feel the day is conquered. Your shoes will complete the vibe of the outfit. This dress can be easily paired up with some white sneakers, black booties, or even maroon sneakers or boots. Decided to add some more boldness to complete the look with a dark maroon lip color and winged eye liner.

However you decide to rock the leopard print make sure to make it your own style. It doesn’t necessarily have to be in the 90’s category but you can style leopard any other way. For more creative ideas on how to style leopard in any other style than 90’s, visit my Pinterest page. If you want to see any specific print being styled let me know!



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