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Fashionista NOW: Elephant Prints Fashion Inspiration

If wearing leopard or tiger prints make you want to unleash your inner wild side, what happens if you start wearing elephant prints?

In Buddhism, the exotic beast is a symbol of mental strength. In Indian mythology, elephants are considered ‘bringers of well-being’ and they have the power to call fourth rain.

In ancient times, elephants were used as weapons for wars. In fashion however, the presence of elephants as ornaments on jewelry or as decorations on clothing caters to the light side of things. Let’s face it, they’re just too adorable splashed with the right dose of quirkiness.

If you’ve watched ‘Water for Elephants’, you’d appreciate that still immovable energy of the great elephant that appears to have forged a deep connection with the goodness of the human spirit. Now if you have a big soft spot for animals in general, you’re just going to go ‘aww’ at some of the scenes.

Movie aside, elephant prints on clothing are often quirky and a pleasant surprise as they aren’t usually in the spotlight.

So if you’re looking for an alternative animal print to wear that is not too mainstream yet, elephant prints are worth considering!

elephant print pants in black and white

elephant print hooded sweatshirt – SheInside

elephant print shirt

elephant print blouse – Asos

DIY elephant print top

elephant print dress – Asos

elephant print jumper

elephant print vintage vest

elephant print throw over

real baby elephant from Phuket

How cute is the baby elephant? What do you think of elephant prints in fashion? Would you wear them? Shoot your comments down below.

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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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