Let’s face it, if you want to make a statement then Animal Print is the way to go – after all, you don’t ignore the woman who struts into a room with all the confidence and swagger of a Jungle Cat do you?! But, the downside to this bold style is that women all across the planet have come to fear Feline Fashion and the negative reputation that surrounds it. Kat Slater, we are looking at you! We are here to tell you that this fabulous style is back and ripe for picking. Animal Print doesn’t always have to be the WILD option in your wardrobe and with a few handy style tips and our Cat Print to Cat Walk Guide, we will show you exactly how to wear this stunning print in a multitude of ways and how to own each and every look.
It’s a common misconception that animal print alone is more than enough and anything extra is simply overkill. Well, at Tilletts we think that that is just a load of rubbish! Paired with elegant, minimal accessories you can create an entirely elegant look that will become a timeless addition to your wardrobe.
See our Dollie collection for beautifully understated Jewellery:
Casual to Chic!
Leopards never change their spots, right? So, why should you have to endure an outfit change as the evening approaches? By pairing a Leopard Print Tunic with casually cool light denim Jeans and some sleek flats you are creating the perfect look that can be taken from day to night. Why not try removing the Jeans and wearing the Tunic as a Dress for an added touch of Glamour?
See our Tamika Tunic for the ideal ‘2 in 1’ outfit. Available in a variety of colours:
Play it Fast and Loose!
Forget everything you thought you knew about shapes and sizing because all the rules go out the window with this fierce print. Stick to loose-fitting pieces and styles with relaxed lines to achieve the most flattering look.
See our Bernice Top for a flowing, elegant style:
Avoid the Fashion Faux-Paw!
It may be tempting to team a wild animal print with an additional striking design in order to create a unique and eye-catching look. But, in order to avoid a call from the Fashion Police it is imperative to always steer clear or pairing print on print. Block colours and simple designs compliment and accentuate the print, creating a centre piece rather than a colour clash and who doesn’t want to be an exquisite talking point?
See our Basic Collection for the perfect pairings:
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