Cheetah Prints: Style Inspiration from Whit & Whimsy | Richmond Moms

One of our fashion contributors, Liz Whitney of the Whit & Whimsy blog, is all about animal prints! In fact, it’s more of an obsession. According to Liz, “Whether you call it leopard, cheetah or jaguar it all looks stylish, sassy and current.” After some careful curating, she’s handpicked her 50 favorite leopard pieces to help you shop the spots…

LOVING LEOPARD
Contributed by Liz Whitney of the Whit & Whimsy blog

I love leopard print…I think it is safe to say that it is an obsession of mine. Whether you call it leopard, cheetah, or jaguar, it all looks stylish, sassy and current. This season, I can’t stop buying the patterned tops, dresses, shoes, accessories, and outerwear. Looking around our house, you’ll also find leopard pillows, chairs, and a faux fur throw, or two.

 

This timeless look is classic and whimsical, and can be paired with anything and everything, the way you do any neutral. This on-trend pattern is everywhere—silk leopard headbands, cashmere scarves, pajamas, and printed calf hair booties. A simple search for a new leopard dress turned up so many gorgeous options, I didn’t know how to limit my selection. So I thought why not include them all in a post dedicated to the spotted leopard look? I picked 50 options to help you to shop the spots! Click here to shop 50 of my favorites!

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