As much as I love color, I also love patterns! And one pattern that I absolutely love is the animal print trend. Whether it’s leopard, zebra, tiger, dalmatian, or snake, we saw animal prints galore for the S/S 2019 shows for Burberry, Gucci, Roberto Cavalli, Philosophy, and so many more! For this look I’m rocking an animal print dress by Evenuel, an LA-based line I recently discovered. I layered the Zebra Cowlneck Mini Dress with a cashmere sweater, beret, and Chanel wallet on chain bag, because who doesn’t love adding Parisian chic vibes to any outfit!
I love that Evenuel’s designs illustrate a woman that embraces both her femininity and her strength, from soft pastel and chiffon pieces, to bold prints, and form-flattering silhouettes. Check out the collection on their IG here! They kindly gifted me some of their amazing pieces, and I can’t wait to share all of them with you in the coming weeks!*
*DISCLOSURE: Dress was gifted, but this post is not sponsored. All opinions are my own!
There are so many ways you can style animal print. I love the bold patterns, yet neutral colors, which makes it really flexible to mix and match with different pieces. Another fun way to rock animal print is to mix several pieces that are animal print in the same outfit! It could be the same pattern in different sizes, or two different types of animal prints for some fun pattern play. I’d love to know - how do you style animal print?
I’m so excited that spring is just around the corner. I hope you guys get a chance to enjoy the outdoors more as the weather warms up!
As always, thanks so much for reading loves!
SHOP THE LOOK
MY OUTFIT DETAILS
Dress: Evenuel Zebra Cowlneck Mini Dress (Similar Here and Here)
Sweater: Anne Klein Cashmere Sweater (Similar Here and Here)
Shoes: Rag & Bone Stanton Chelsea Boot (Similar Here and Here)
Bag: Chanel Wallet on Chain in Black (Preloved Here and Here)
Hat: ASOS Design Wool Beret
Earrings: J.Crew (Similar Here and Here)
Styling: Annie Cho
Photography: Jackson Kuo
Arts District, Downtown Los Angeles, CA
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