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Fashionista NOW: Chic Cow Prints Fashion Inspiration

Animal print fashion trend ventures into bovine territory with cow moo-otif in minimalistic black and white.

If you’re looking for an animal print alternative to leopard, zebra, horse, bird, cat and dog print styles (just to name a few), we highly recommend making a room for cow prints.

Whit’s Fall 2014 collection revealed that cow prints can be made into a chic fashion statement thus reigniting the fuel for bovine infatuation this year.

Nevertheless, style bloggers from all over the globe had been sprucing their collective wardrobes with this burgeoning print trend as early as 2013 lending their chicest method of styling that’d involved making the print the sole focus of an outfit.

Print style wise, the bovine print has a similarity to the camouflage print. If you want to refresh your military-inclined style with a cow-inspired one, even if that sounds funny, it may just work to your advantage.

Wearing cow prints in black and white is supremely easy if you keep it one print at a time. And if you’re already a B&W fanatic, here’s a trend that will fit your fashion preference like a glove.

As always, to the lookbooks below for a roundup of cow-print-themed looks that you may catch an inspiration from and a list of cow printed items that you may want to get your paws on:

cow print trousers – Zara

cow print shoes – Shellys London

cow print top

cow print shorts – Zara

cow print shorts – Persunmall

cow print skirt – Zara

More cow patterned stuff to moo about here:

Cow mootif in fashion

So, are you set to let cow prints enter your wardrobe this season? Do you like the black and white color palette of this animal print trend? Any favorites so far? Moo… I mean, shoot your lines down below!

“There’s more to clothing than just adornment. It does more than merely change how the world perceives us. It changes how we perceive ourselves.”Jacqueline Carey

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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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