Do you dare to wear a tiger or leopard print outfit? Animal prints can be intimidating, despite their beauty and boldness. Perhaps our 2013 collection of outfits at Stylish Eve will encourage you to give it a try. You will find some tiger or leopard tops that may give you a unique and eye catching, but not necessarily terrifying, look with jeans, pants, shorts, or a skirt. If you already love these prints, you can wear tiger or leopard print shoes as well or maybe carry a tiger or leopard bag with your outfit.
If you’re not a fan of these prints but you’d like to try a small accent, start with the t-strap sandals that only show the print on their straps, thus adding a brave touch to your outfit without having to go for a whole animal print garment. Some tops include a picture of the tiger’s or leopard’s face—a brave, very cool, look that will give you a little jungle style until you love the pelt. Many women adore leopard dresses. When you’re ready, you can try one with a plain coat, a pair of heels, and a chic clutch. (You can leave the coat on until you “warm up” to the idea of being dressed like a cat.) Our collages are not intended to tell you how to dress, just to give you some idea of what varieties of tiger and leopard fabric are used and in how many objects of clothing and accessories. We want you to see that your worst fears about cat skins are not the whole story. [All purchasing details via our “Tiger & Leopard Outfits 2013 for Women by Stylish Eve” Collection on Polyvore]