Coloured leopard : How do you update a classic?

On » Friday, January 14, 2011 //
Well when it comes to animal prints the easiest and most dramatic way is to add a splash of color. Granted there is can be an 80s vibe to the look, with leopard spots popping out of eclectic blue scarves and cheetah dots covering fire engine red pencil skirts. But as the buzz word of next season is color, this is the perfect time to hunt out those brightly stamped ensembles.

Take Maggie Gyllenhall - who is always ahead of the fashion game - as the perfect example of how to work the look. She got it exactly right when she wore a teal and black animal print dress from Lanvin to the Golden Globes last year.

The dress was classically beautiful but it was the color that made the outfit roar on the red carpet. So if you aren't ready for day glow clothes but find the recent minimal trend a bit of a bore, then why not give these colorful cats a try. But watch out - with these spots there will be no blending into the background.

[Source : Vogue Italia]

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