Girrrl, if you know me at all, you know I love leopard print anything and everything! It’s really a shock this post hasn’t come sooner! I’ve been stockpiling leopard faux fur coats since ’06 and while my collection is now substantial, I seem to always find purpose and place for new additions! The size of the spots, the tone of the tan, the length, the fit, the details. You name it, I can’t get enough of all of the variations for this epic, timeless style of coat! You can heavily layer it for winter, throw it on over a tee for a simple Spring transition and of course rock it with your favorite knit for Fall! This universally flattering, timeless piece will easily serve you well for 3/4 of the year and will always be on trend and get a compliment when you step out the door!
I’ve said it before but I can’t stress it enough, leopard print is my absolute favorite neutral. Now you may be thinking… Neutral?! But I’m telling you… Yaaas! Neutral! This print goes with everything and can be pulled off by everyone. If you don’t believe me, just try it and I can confidently guarantee you that once you go leopard, you’ll never go back to boring basic neutrals. It is a much stronger statement than boring old black, white, grey or nude/tan! Whether you’re into all black, sleek leather looks, crisp whites or bold, pops of color, every palette pops when contrasted against a beautiful leopard print. I even like to pair my busy leopard print with other busy prints like these punk-inspired red plain pants that I picked up on a trip to the iconic Camden Market in London. Colorful floral, black and white stripes and gingham are a just a few other great print pairings for leopard that are perfect for on-trend Spring outfits! I’ve rounded up a dozen of my favorite leopard faux fur jackets available online now to guide you along your leopard-loving journey. Click any image below to shop!
Shenae Grimes-Beech is an actor and YouTuber with a highly engaged community of like-minded women who are here to stand up for what they believe in and lean into discomfort, especially when it means doing the right thing.