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23 Leopard-Print Pieces to Work Into Your Wardrobe Now

The meow-worthy trend is back, and it's better than ever.
Giovanna Battaglia Engelbert during Paris Fashion Week. Photo: Imaxtree

Giovanna Battaglia Engelbert during Paris Fashion Week. Photo: Imaxtree

Throughout fashion month, designers and showgoers have displayed an affinity for fierce spots: Leopard print has cropped up in numerous collections and on the season's most impeccably-dressed street style regulars (see: Giovanna Battaglia Engelbert above), which means come fall, we'll all be dressing like big cats. Adam Selman, Givenchy, Max Mara, Michael Kors, Roberto Cavalli and Victoria Beckham are among many of this season's designers to use the feline-inspired dots in droves to decorate everything from ultra-glam fluffy coats, blinged-out blazers and brightly-hued tights to subtler, flowy frocks and classic, belted trenches. 

Those with maximalist tastes will surely want to feed off this wild animal pattern trend and don electric, head-to-toe leopard pieces inspired by Tom Ford's Fall 2018 collection. Meanwhile, anyone with simpler sartorial leanings will likely play with a less extreme version of the trend, and opt for a leopard accent in the form of a beret or a mini bag. Either way, we suggest you invest in the leopard-print trend, because if there's one thing we've learned, it's that the pattern is a timeless classic that's bound to keep showing up for many years to come.   

Browse our gallery of 23 leopard print pieces — from chunky sneakers to faux-fur toppers — below. 

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