Yes, almost the end of February — is a great time for sharing winter outfits and tips for them!

But today's post is not only about fur coats and sweaters, as a part of winter looks. It's more about trendy leopard print as a part of all the looks for all the seasons illustrated on a fur coat :)

So, here're a few of my tips on how to style any animalistic trend and to not make a huge animalistic mistake:

1. Never ever buy and wear anything (a dress, bag or shoes) with an animalistic print that looks really cheap. Because trust me, even a small, single, cheap-looking, for example, zebra clutch, can absolutely ruin your whole look. Even if all the other details are haute couture.

2. Do not overload your look with animalistic details. One piece, in this print, that is going to have all eyes on it — is enough. I also don't recommend making some other bright accent (e.g., mixing leopard heels with bright red coat). You're going to be noticed with this print anyway, so don't overdo it, and take it as 'the less is more'.

3. And the last but not the least thing - always wear leopard (or zebra, or tiger), only if you're 100% sure that it suits both you and the occasion. Doesn't matter what VOGUE says (I mean, in this case only🙄) — if you're not sure about wearing animalistic prints, do not do it. Trends, especially such bright and accentuated, will only work for you if you're feeling absolutely comfy and confident wearing them. And this is the only way to really rock any of the tendencies!

OUTFIT DETAILS

JEANS — VILA // SHIRT — ASOS // BAG — ASOS // NECKLACE — H&M // BOOTS — TOPSHOP {SIMILAR}








Yes, almost the end of February — is a great time for sharing winter outfits and tips for them!

But today's post is not only about fur coats and sweaters, as a part of winter looks. It's more about trendy leopard print as a part of all the looks for all the seasons illustrated on a fur coat :)

So, here're a few of my tips on how to style any animalistic trend and to not make a huge animalistic mistake:

1. Never ever buy and wear anything (a dress, bag or shoes) with an animalistic print that looks really cheap. Because trust me, even a small, single, cheap-looking, for example, zebra clutch, can absolutely ruin your whole look. Even if all the other details are haute couture.

2. Do not overload your look with animalistic details. One piece, in this print, that is going to have all eyes on it — is enough. I also don't recommend making some other bright accent (e.g., mixing leopard heels with bright red coat). You're going to be noticed with this print anyway, so don't overdo it, and take it as 'the less is more'.

3. And the last but not the least thing - always wear leopard (or zebra, or tiger), only if you're 100% sure that it suits both you and the occasion. Doesn't matter what VOGUE says (I mean, in this case only🙄) — if you're not sure about wearing animalistic prints, do not do it. Trends, especially such bright and accentuated, will only work for you if you're feeling absolutely comfy and confident wearing them. And this is the only way to really rock any of the tendencies!

OUTFIT DETAILS

JEANS — VILA // SHIRT — ASOS // BAG — ASOS // NECKLACE — H&M // BOOTS — TOPSHOP {SIMILAR}







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