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Amp Up Your Animal Print In A Second a la These Style Stars

Let's face it, animal prints aren't going anywhere. Here's how to switch things up and give the trend a brand new vibe – plus the pieces you can cop.

Fall is usually a time for muted tones and earthy hues. However, this season, we’re seeing plenty of It animal prints stay put. Yes, leopard and zebra prints aren’t going anywhere (anytime soon, at least). If this trend errs on the side of gaudy for you, we’ve rounded up the coolest style stars who’ve put their own chic spin on it instead.

The easiest way to incorporate the trend is via accessories – think cute sunnies, scarves, and hair barrettes. Or you could dive into the deep end by donning a printed jumpsuit. Take a look at how some of our favourite Instagram It girls have pulled off the trend.

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November 2019
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Photo: Instagram (@evachen212)   Flowy prairie-style dresses are super hot for Fall. Keep your ensemble interesting, yet comfy, by switching out heels for a pair of chunky sandals.
Photo: Instagram (@annabelrosendahl)   For party season, consider this: a sequinned leopard print dress. A pair of pointed golden flats and a black clutch will pull the look together and keep things from looking gaudy.
Photo: Instagram (@danielle__ifrah)   If you’re hesitant about diving into the animal print trend, start small with accessories, like a pair of acetate earrings.
Photo: Instagram (@alyssainthecity)   Who would have thought a cow print top would look this chic and cheeky? Accessorise with a pair of statement sunnies and gold earrings
Photo: Instagram (@aimeesong)   You don’t have to stop at mammals – a snake print skirt (and top) would just be as chic.
Photo: Instagram (@aimeesong)   A 90s-style spaghetti strap top would look incredible tucked into white wide-legged pants, no? Bonus French Girl points if you carry a straw bag.  
Photo: Instagram (@annelauremais)   When the weather allows for it, wear your favourite animal print top with a cool jacket (we prefer leather jackets), cigarette jeans, slingbacks and a cute box bag. We’d advise against lying on strangers’ cars, however.