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3 ways to style animal print this season - West Carolina

3 ways to style animal print this season

Animal print is one of those trends that just never seems to be out of fashion and it’s an easy way to add a punch of fierceness to any outfit. 
We’re going to show you 3 unique ways to style it this season whether it’s zig zagging zebra or a loud leopard print. This is a trend that anybody can incorporate into their Autumn wardrobe …
If ‘MORE IS MORE ’ is your motto …


From left to right : 1. Tom Ford Fall-winter 2018-2019 - Ready-to-Wear 2. Lady Gaga wearing Gareth Pugh and Mark Cross 3. Jeanette Madsen 4. Emily Ratajkowski wearing Domenico Dolce


If you’re feeling bold this season and are a fan of all things maximalist , why not try taking this trend from head to toe. This can be done with a 2 piece suit or a matching crop top and trouser co ord. If you’re feeling really adventurous try mixing and matching different prints together.



If you’re a lover of COLOUR ....



From left to right: 1. Style Du Monde 2. Yoyo Kulala 3. @__mmaxinewylde wearing Isabelle Quinn 4. Ana Do Dia

zebra printed flared trousers


West Carolina Zebra Print Trousers - £90  


If you want to keep your wardrobe vibrant even in the colder months. Try taking an animal print piece like a long sleeve crop top or trousers and combining it with a garment in a bold shade. My current favourite is zebra print styled with a pop of lime green ! 


If SUBTLE finishing touches are your thing ....


Clockwise from bottom left: 1. Gilda Ambrasio, 2. Em Forna, 3. Tom Ford Autumn/Winter 2018 Ready To Wear, 4. Luaine Bianco wearing West Carolina

If you just want to dabble in the trend without investing in big items of clothing. Why not  incorporate it into your accessories with an animal print 90s inspired shoulder bag or fluffy bucket hat. It will add a playful kitsch vibe to your look without overpowering it.


Which kind of girl are you when it comes to animal print ?

Don’t forget to show us how you style the trend this season. 


Words and Art by Rebecca Weir

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