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Fashionista NOW: Leopard Shoe Trend Inspiration

Leopard printed clothing are part of humongous trend that’s been hyped over and over again. But what about footwear that carry off these trendy wild animal prints?

I’m nuts over them like you’d not believe it. My first leopard shoe crush came in the form of the gorgeous leopard creepers (see below)

Truthfully though, I am not in love with every single shoe types that carry the leopard prints. Cue thick platform booties, heel-less wedge, and lethally tall heels.

I am naturally inclined to appreciate sensible shoes that happen to carry leopard prints. Leopard prints can be a little too out there so one of the best ways to sport the animal print trend is to wear it as a mere pop of casual interest in the way of shoes.

So if you’re like me, with big feet that will throw a fit if they’re not safe and snug in comfy shoes made for serious walking; leopard oxfords, leopard loafers or simple leopard print ballet shoes will most likely appeal to you.

For a quick fashion inspiration: Look below for a selection of lookbookers sporting the marvelous leopard shoe trend.

leopard oxfords by Ichigo

leopard peep toe shoes by Love Label

spiked leopard loafers by SheInside

gray bunnimal ballet shoes by Le Bunny Bleu

leopard peep toe stilettos by Casadei

leopard heel-less wedges by DeeZee

leopard shoes by Revolve Clothing

Which of these leopard shoe variety do you like? And if you’re a fan of leopard printed shoes, where do you go to buy them here in Malaysia? Share below!

Related Fashion Read:

Fashionista NOW: Making A Bold Fashion Statement With Leopard Prints

Fashionista NOW: Men In Leopard Prints ~ What’s Your Verdict?

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Here on Fashionista NOW, our one and very own Miss Reverie showcases the latest in fashion trends and its various social implications in our everyday lives. You may read more of her at REVERIE SANCTUARY.

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