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Fashionista NOW: How Style Bloggers Wear Their Leopard Print In 2016?

Ease leopard prints into your wardrobe with the help of these style bloggers who know how to make a wardrobe ooze wild animal swag!

Yes, leopard print is alive and can be the wild animal print trend to wear as a way to give your outfit some serious POP of pattern, if you’re up for it, that is.

For me, it remains one print style I’m into for no absolute reason. I don’t care for zebra prints, but leopard, yes, all the way. And it’s usually one print at at time kind of thing.

For some people, leopard prints can seem imposing as they can be quite in-your-face that you can’t help but to notice visually. Well, perhaps one day when you’re feeling feisty and want to ooze your inner wild animal spirit loud and proud, then you can count on a leopard print to express that vibe.

Easing leopard print into your wardrobe is easy. Just choose an article of clothing that has the motif and organize the rest of your look around it, keeping it neutral so the focus is on the LEOPARD!

Check out the curated looks below to see how our favorite fashionistas wear their leopard prints in 2016. Enjoy!

Which leopard look is your favorite? Share below – I’d love to know!

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