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I always hear the burning question of how to wear leopard print in the Spring/Summer months and it’s very doable. It all depends on what kind of fabric your top or bottom piece is. Linen is great for the warmer months and so is sheer, free flowing blouses. On accessory items though, it works on all.

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You’ll find that most luxury designers use calf hair for their handbags and shoes. The high street shops such as H&M will use fabric. Which ever you choose, should work with you and your outfits. I on the other hand love quality bags because they do last a long time. But sometimes I make high street handbag purchases because it’s a trend. My shoes though, I tend to wait for a sale or buy high street as well because they will wear and tear a lot quicker.

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Leopard is definitely a bold print and it doesn’t work for everyone. But it’s a classic and can be worn year round. If you start small with the print on a wallet or a neck-tie scarf and work your way up, you’ll start to feel out how to couple pieces together. I typically form a bold print with a simple outfit or vice versa. On a more courageous scale, you can pair leopard with floral or stripes. But what ever you choose, wear it with confidence.
Thanks so much for reading and don’t forget to shop this look below. Happy Tuesday friends!

xx. Valentine

J.Crew Tunic (Similar HERE & HERE) | Zara Tulip Skirt (Similar HERE & HERE) | Valentino Rockstud Clutch in Leopard (Similar HERE & HERE) | Banana Republic Ankle Boots (Similar HERE & HERE) | H&M Waist Belt (Similar HERE)

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