Why Leopard Print IS a Neutral

No matter the season or occasion, I am always throwing on leopard print with everything I wear. Leopard print is one of the most classic prints because of its luxe look and touch of spice. It is fierce, classy, timeless, and will add the missing element to any outfit. I believe leopard print it a neutral. Yes, a neutral. Leopard print is basic and can be paired with just about anything! For example, below is one of my favorite looks with leopard print. I threw on a camel mock neck sweater, distressed boyfriend jeans, and leopard print heels.Processed with VSCO with s2 presetimg_2602img_2603img_2604Leopard print is going to give any outfit that bit of flair that it needs. I am a huge fan of all black, but to execute an all black outfit, you need a statement piece. Again, of course, I accent it with leopard print.img_2601img_2600img_2599The main reason leopard print is a neutral is because of its ease to pattern mix. One of my favorite outfit combos is stripes and leopard print because I feel both prints are very elegant and timeless. img_2114

Leopard print definitely is not a print I will be throwing out of my closet anytime soon. It is easy to style and basic but will always add the right accent to any outfit. The classy print will always be my first choice for a statement piece with any outfit I throw on!

Outfit Details:

Camel Mock Neck Sweater- Marshalls (marshalls.com)

Distressed Boyfriend Jeans- Trendz Boutique in Celina, OH

Leopard Print Heels- Old Navy (oldnavy.com)

Black Soft Leather Crossbody Bag- Kate Spade (katespade.com)

Black Tee- Old Navy (oldnavy.com)

Black Cardigan- Gap (gap.com)

Black Pants- Gap (gap.com)

Leopard Print Chelsea Boots- Sam Edelman (nordstrom.com)

Pearl Statement Necklace- Trendz Boutique in Celina, OH

Rose Gold Bag- Kate Spade Surprise Sale (katespade.com)

Striped Sweater- Gap (gap.com)

Pink Envelope Crossbody Bag- Kate Spade (katespade.com)

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