Hello lovely people and welcome back to my blog!

For today’s post I wanted to talk about a trend that I’m loving to bits and probably wearing a bit too much: Leopard print.

Leopard print is one of those trends where you either love it or hate it. I was one of those who hated it but then it grew on me and now I can’t get enough of it!


As per usual I went out and got some photos in my go-to leopard print dress which I’ve styled casually. I wanted to style the dress super casual because I wanted to show how you can wear leopard print everyday without it looking “trashy” or a bit over the top.



When in doubt, sneaker it out – I’m currently living in my converse and yes they need a big wash BUT they’re just so comfy and can make any look casual.


If you’re wanting an edgier look or something more wearable for day to night, I highly recommend pairing this dress with some ankle heeled boots and a leather style jacket. If you’re not a fan of boots swap them for some heels. For this look I wanted to do casual so I just paired the dress with a “vintage” denim jacket and of course my go-to picnic straw box bag.


As this dress is a slip style, I wanted to give myself more shape so I grabbed my trusty belt and wrapped it around my waist. Though it’s not showing my whole silhouette, it’s still cinching my waist and giving me the shape needed. If you’re someone with a column shape like myself, I highly recommend a belt with a slip dress.


final edit

Leopard print dress here / belt here


I would love to know your thoughts on the leopard print trend? Are you a lover, or a hater? I can assure you that this isn’t the end of my leopard print obsession. 

– A.L X


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