We have seen animal prints go in and out of fashion over the years, but the leopard print trend seems to have real staying power. This spicy wardrobe staple showed up in numerous designer collections recently. If you are ready to up your leopard print game, we are sharing some of our favorite pieces from renowned designers. Try some of these trends in leopard print.
A leopard print top can be subdued for work, like the blouse from Calvin Klein. On the other end of the spectrum, the glittering sequin top from Tom Ford is perfect for an evening out! These trends in leopard print will make a great addition to your wardrobe.
A long sleeve top designed with oxford fabric, button-closures, double cuffs and a leopard print trim for a twist on a classic style.
Mohair and wool blend jacquard knit sweater with a round neckline in an allover leopard knit.
Joie Kaniesha Top $248
This long-sleeve leopard print blouse is cut in the ideal not-too-fitted silhouette that looks as good draped as it does half-tucked into your darkest denim.
Let’s ruffle some feathers. The Essie is an easy-fitting, 100% silk top with a cascading ruffle neckline and semi-sheer ruffle sleeves with a cold-shoulder. It looks great with a pencil skirt at the office or dressed down with jeans.
a long sleeve top designed with oxford fabric, button-closures, double cuffs and a leopard print trim for a twist on a classic style.
Dresses & Skirts
The leopard print trend gives an edge to feminine pieces like skirts and dresses. From short and sassy to long and elegant, these dresses will have all eyes on you. A dress is a great way to jump on the trends in leopard print.
Joie Ornica Skirt $228
Forget the leopard-print mini, it’s this midi-version complete with an unexpected handkerchief hem that you’ll find yourself wearing again and again (it’s surprisingly work-friendly).
Non-stretch fitted tan leopard dress.
This floor-length wrap style dress is cut from soft, 100% printed silk crepe de Chine crinkle chiffon. It garners attention with a ruffled open shoulder, flared sleeve and open back, all in the sunny Heyford Goldenrod print. Equally unexpected, the asymmetrical neckline and hemline are also points of fascination.
“It’s all about giving the sarong a city attitude,” says Michael. Leopard satin jacquard elevates a louche, languid silhouette with urbane-luxe appeal. Style this sexy skirt with the matching blouse for a quiet take on animal print.
A one-sleeve asymmetrical cocktail dress crafted of a degrade leopard screen printed jersey. Designed with a neck scarf, one shoulder pad and silk stretch crepe de chine lining.
Semi-sheer sleeves and leopard sequined embroidery combine to create a lavishly glamorous piece for evening. Designed with a fitted bodice and flowing skirt, this flattering stretch-tulle gown is sure to stand out.
Stay stylish in the leopard print trend while you keep warm this winter. Animal print coats add some serious punch to your wardrobe of solid color outerwear. Add these trends in leopard print to your closet.
Here’s your classic moto jacket—puffer style. This fitted jacket is polished off with zippered accents, a belted waist, and wide-ribbed cuffs to keep you comfortable. Fits true to size.
Daze oversized jacket in a tan leopard print, garment washed and naturally faded for a soft hand.
It’s a jungle out there, so let your wild side out to play by enhancing any outfit with this timeless fashion trend. Stay warm without sacrificing your sassy style in this bold but fun leopard print coat.
For outerwear that makes an impact, look no further than our leopard faux-fur coat. Pair it with a printed dress and embellished handbag to channel an iconic, street-style-esque moment.
Short boxy coat with a subtle collar, three hidden button closures and slanted front pockets.
This is a tailored coat with a clean silhouette. Made from a heavyweight chenille jacquard material with an all over leopard print, it features a wide lapel, two pockets, central back vent and neat belt. The arms are neat and have a split sleeve detail for a feminine contrast to the traditionally tailored coat.
If you are not quite ready to commit to bold use of the leopard print trend, try boosting your outfit with a pair of leopard shoes. The pop of print can elevate your whole look. These shoes capture the trends in leopard print perfectly.
Every closet needs a pair of white sneakers, but these are the white sneakers to beat them all. Simple with a contrast gum toe, they’re vintage-inspired but also of the moment. Most of all, though, they’re spend the weekend walking through a strange city level comfortable.
Joie Barleena Bootie $368
A new kind of leopard suede shoe, these ankle boots feature a Chelsea style side panel and hint of a heel. Wear them to any and every underground show—or to the office when you want to get a little rebellious.
Elegant with edge, the Halton Block Heel Pump is a standout shoe for those looking for something slightly different. Pointy-toed but with a block heel, this style is all about proportion and shape. We love it with a little black dress.
Designed in haircalf leather, these high-heeled, italian-made boots feature an abstract leopard print, a side zip entry and a 205W39NYC silver toe plate.
This is a pointy toe pump with a short heel. It is made from hair on calf leather with a leopard print and features a sling strap in black leather with silver buckle and studs. Exclusive to victoriabeckham.com and the 36 Dover Street London store.
Jude mid heel bootie with wrapped heel, metal plate and post detail.
The fresh Leopard print and smooth hair-calf feel elevate this lace-up boot. Pair with any neutral ensemble to add energy and let the double chocolate-tone O-ring hardware add shine simultaneously.
Slingback heels made of a bold combination of leopard print pony hair and multicolor stone embroidery. Finished with a unique jewelry-like heel design constructed from over 60 crystals.