Ahhh Animal print. It’s been circulating around the fashion world since as long as we can remember and it’s not going anywhere yet. As it’s become such a mainstay of the fashion world you need to style it that way. The best way to wear animal print is as if you was wearing the staple black pieces from your closet. Adding some leopard print to an outfit will elevate it to dizzy new heights. Leopard print has often blurred the lines between brash and sexy, but is a print that has never really gone out of the fashion spotlight, no matter how much you try and avoid it, it will always end up back in your wardrobe some how. Leopard print was often associated with rock stars of decades gone by and often looked upon as a rebellious print. Now it is literally everywhere. The high street has embraced it and so have big fashion designers.
The midi dress will always been known as the dress of the season from Summer 2018. The midi dress is perfect for pretty much any occasion and there was a multitude of prints that ruled the roost. Floral prints and polka dot prints were present as they are every year but it was animal prints that topped the list.
Does a leopard ever change its spots? In the fashion world…definitely not! This print has been around since the 50s but it can be traced back to our ancestors thousands of years ago. They used the skin of animals to get them through the colder months. This print is a mainstay of the fashion merry go round and it doesn’t look like it’s going anywhere soon. Leopard print is the cornerstone of many ladies wardrobes and has been for decades. It seems that animal print is as strong as ever with influencers and street stylers championing the print all over their social media feeds.
As Coco Chanel once said; “fashion fades, only style remains”. It’s a quote synonymous with the fashion world and still relevant today. The fact that it’s been printed all over everything from tops and wash bags to bedding and more other random things around the house i can’t even begin to explain. Nevertheless, the statement remains current today. Even to the market today although Coco herself would no doubt hate it.