From the comments of yesterday's post, leopard-printed clothes are obviously not very popular. Personally, I think wearing just a bit of it is fine, such as just showing the sleeves or the bottom layering shirt. Some people also commented that they don't think this trend is going to last long -let's face it, that's why it's called a trend. Obviously if you don't like this trend, don't go for it!
Anyways, today we move onto accessories. This season, it seems like designers just put leopard prints over all their shoes and handbags:
Steve by Steve Madden has leopard prints on three different shoe styles: platform pumps, ballet flats and terrible-looking wedges.
BCBG Max Azria's platform sandals aren't bad, but the flats are just... not so nice.
Prada, one of the leopard prints supporting designers this season, has these platform Mary Janes. Jimmy Choo on the other hand, has leopard printed shoes in its typical pointy shoe style.
Marc Jacobs is another huge leopard print supporter this season. Both of these bags are by Marc Jacobs. I reckon a woman who looks very rich, wore a long black coat and carried the furry bag, she would look very stylish.
The bag on the left is by Prada, and the right clutch is by Roberto Cavalli.
Even Tods, which usually makes rather plain bags, has a simple leopard-printed tote (left). The right handbag is by Jimmy Choo.
I do think the leopard prints should not have been used on the Fendi B-bag, or at least not this way. This B-bag has got way too much going on!
The key to wearing leopard printed accessories is to only have one item at once and wear mono-coloured clothes. For example, a black dress with a leopard-printed platform pumps would look pretty nice. Don't wear printed clothes with your leopard printed accessories!