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Fashionista NOW: Zebra Prints ~ Animal Print Fashion Inspiration

For those with extra love for animal prints and have been known to sport the tiger, cheetah, leopard, lion, or rabbit prints, please welcome zebra prints in your closet!

Zebra prints are composed of a mix of white and black asymmetrical stripes and these two neutral colors are some of the easiest to carry off, regardless of your age. Wearing the zebra prints is not only for the so-called hip, young and trendy and you don’t need to don a complete head-to-toe zebra patterned getup to follow the trend.

The best way of pulling the animal print look without actually transforming into a wild animal itself is wear the prints sparingly. For instance, pair a zebra print top with a neutral pair of pants or skirt. Do not mix different animal prints together as the patterns can be a bit too busy to sport in one outfit.

To keep it chic and sophisticated, please wear only one type of animal print at a time.

For instance, team a skirt with zebra patterns with a neutral top. If you feel like adding on some animal print accessories, whip up bangles with zebra prints. This way, the whole look will appear cohesive instead of clashed together if you’d toss in a completely different type of animal prints.

For a look at how to wear zebra prints stylishly, just scroll on down. Hype the looks up if you love them!

zebra shorts by H&M

zebra top by Mango

zebra print scarf by H&M

zebra pants by Tripp NYC

zebra print skirt by Cotton On

zebra vest (thrifted)

Which of these zebra-themed looks is your favorite? How would you introduce zebra prints into your wardrobe? Share below.

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