It’s a trend that will fire up your mood and was hot on New York/London/Paris Fashion Week runways…leopard print. It’s sassy, it’s sexy, and always gets people’s attention. As a firm supporter of all things leopard, this is a trend that can be dressed down or easily dressed up!
Celeb Sightings: Beyonce, Rihanna, Emma Roberts, Olivia Palmero, J.Lo, Amanda Kerr.
Here are some fun ways to work with leopard print:
Leopard Bag/Clutch: Avoid completely committing to the trend while easily spicing up your outfit. An every day bag with the pattern gives you the freedom to incorporate the trend into your outfits daily, weekly or monthly.
Leopard Coat: No matter what season, leopard print jackets/coats are a great way to stay fashionable while being smart and functional. Worried that a jacket is too much of a statement? Switch up with your accessories by matching your jacket with a bold neon bag or a subtle colored hat. Plus, this coat was originally $285 and now it’s
Leopard Shoes: Own the room with the ultimate statement shoes! Whether it’s a loafer, wedge, kitten heel, or going-out pumps, leopard print goes great with neutral colors or bold, neon colors. For the office or coffee meetings, leopard heels or ballet flats go great with any little black dress or slacks and a blouse. For lounging or vacation, wear leopard heels or wedges with shorts and a neon bandeau or that sexy mini dress you’ve been saving to squeeze into.
Alongside the black, white and grays in your closet should be the a leopard print staple to give your wardrobe the right boost. I say as long as you don’t overkill the trend, there’s no limit to how often you can rock your animal instinct. It’s a great way to look structured while feeling fierce and staying current.
Merry Christmas! This post is a little late due to some technical difficulties, but it’s better late than never. Aside from crying for an hour (I don’t deal well with technical difficulties) I had a fabulous holiday! I got to visit my parents. We had a white Christmas. My mom made my favorite meal - chicken parm, hers is seriously the best ever! And my family had a dance party in the kitchen with my boyfriend bringing the best moves, some Justin Timberlake-esque spins and fancy footwork.
Hey Fashionistas! We know Sandy has got ya down. Those of us in her reach probably have a serious case of cabin fever and we’re ready to get out. It may be too wet and dangerous (depending on your location) but that doesn’t mean you can’t dress up. Here are three Halloween-themed blog posts by the Trend Hungry team.
In need of a quick costume? “Gangnam Style” is easy, fun, and very topical. Bonus: that blazer is on trend and will get more wear than just on Halloween! Or try this DIY on for size and become “Call Me Maybe”. These two music-inspired costumes are perfect for a last-minute look for Halloween!
Not ready to go all out? Celebs are going skeletal and these looks were not photographed today. These bone-showing looks are celebrity street style.
With Halloween just around the corner, celebs are getting their street style into the spirit. It’s getting spooky out and celebrity style is going skeletal.
The list of celebrities rocking the skeletal trend is basically a who’s who list. Rapper Meek Mill recently partied it up in NYC wearing an Alexander McQueen skull tee, while the Biebs has been seen with a skeletal face mask that covers his mouth. Miley Cyrus donned a skull romper right before her big hair cut. Vanessa Hudgens & Emma Roberts opted for bones on their shirts, while Nicole Richie accessorized skulls into her ensemble.
As you can see, this spooky style can get more use than just on Halloween. Even Cher Lloyd wears the trend on her sleeve with a skull tattoo. You don’t have to take it to that level to rock the trend.
Emma Roberts wore a black Dior cocktail LBD with a bit too many frills to compliment her figure. Try this American Eagle Outfitters dress Trend Hungry featured in a previous post that was found on the SALE RACK!
Like Robert’s dress, it’s a sweetheart-cut LBD with ruffles and satin. It’s also under $30.00. This on-sale item looks to be more complementary than the designer dress.
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