The leopard print love affair continues…

Leopard print for LIFE 

As much as I love a good trend, I try not to jump on too many at one time and I was so sure I could avoid the leopard print mania when it hit in August…how wrong I was! It started with a gorgeous midi skirt from Primark that was bought on a whim and before I knew it my wardrobe was FULL TO THE BRIM with leopard print beauties. 

So, today, I thought I would share three leopard print items I’ve added to my wardrobe for autumn – a midi skirt, a jumper and a dress. I’ll add links below so you can find these gems for yourself (for the Primark skirt I’ll link to something similar).

primark leopard print midi skirt
Primark brown mini bag
Photography by Kaye Ford

The midi skirt

Honestly, when I saw this in Primark there was no bloody way I was leaving without it! For £10 it was such a steal, and I love how floaty and feminine it is. As you can see above, my fave way to style this skirt is with an oversized cream jumper and ankle boots. Alternatively, I would go for a black roll neck and heels if I wanted to dress it up a bit more. I feel midi skirts are a really great way to get into wearing a print as you can easily pair them with basics you already have in your wardrobe

Leopard print cosy jumper
Burgundy faux suede mini skirt

The cosy jumper

Is it possible to be a jumper addict? If it is, I’m definitely one, I just can’t stop buying them, even when my wardrobe is heaving! When I spotted this Bershka beauty on the ASOS website, it was love at first site and I couldn’t wait for it to arrive with me so I could start wearing it ASAP. I love the soft, brushed effect on it, and it’s super easy to throw over the top of a more basic top and mini skirt/jeans combo. 

Influence leopard print dress
Leopard print wrap dress

The midi dress

You can probably tell by now that midi lengths are my comfort zone. This little number from Influence was also an ASOS find and I love how it looks belted and with a pair of ankle boots (I’ve just noticed I’m wearing the same pair in all of these outfits…whoops!) I popped a vest top under this, otherwise it was basically a nip slip waiting to happen. If it’s a particularly cold day, I love wearing this with a jumper layered over the top for maximum cosiness.