This post is inspired by one of the very wearable spring trends on my-wardrobe.com – Animal print. I’ve always liked a bit of animal print, and let’s face it, it’s a trend that always seems to be “in”. This season though the prints are more muted and subtle, and along with the always favourite leopard we are being treated to snake and zebra on everything from blouses to shoes, to dresses.
For those of you who have the figure and are brave enough why not bring some animal into your wardrobe with a pair of printed jeans from J Brand? Mixed with a cosy jumper now and a T-shirt later.
I’m struggling to pick a favourite from the pieces below and would love to go really wild by ordering several, apart from the leopard heels which I LOVE but know I couldn’t wear and the skinny jeans that wouldn’t love my body, I’d take the rest. I might even prowl around the house wearing multiple pieces as queen of my own jungle!
And as a final thought, or excuse actually, as animal print is always stylish you can persuade yourself that these are investment pieces that your wardrobe deserves.
How to wear animal prints this season:
Marc by Marc Jacobs Laptop case £115
Marc by marc Jacobs snake print dress £260
Marc by Marc Jacobs grey snake print dress £385
Snake print wrap chiffon blouse by Moschino Cheap & Chic £235
Kors by Michael Kors Snake Wedge £215
Python print chiffon shirt by Equipment £239
Shiny Boa Skinny Jeans by J Brand £290
Leopard print shirt by Equipment £239
Lurex leopard print maxi dress by Tibi £625
Leopard print cahsmere scarf by Diane Von furstenberg £190
See by Chloe Tote £345
Sam Edelman leopard courts £155
Leopard print legging by J Brand Denim £250
Do you like to have some animal print in your wardrobe?