The leopard coat is always on-trend. The trend, which remains popular for several decades, this season is supported by many brands: from Etro and Dior to Lanvin and Dolce & Gabbana. But in addition to the runway versions, there is a number of combinations, which the stars of street style have long loved. Outfit Report Blog collected the most stylish looks of fashionistas and found out how to wear leopard coats this winter.
Rock ‘n’ roll style.
With a romantic ruffle dress and 1970s-style riveted booties, or with your favorite band’s logo T-shirt and basic jeans: the leopard coat is inextricably linked to the closet of music world stars. Combining this outerwear with closet elements associated with rock ‘n’ roll is one of the safest and most winning style compositions.
With a hoodie.
Unlike the previous point, combining a leopard coat with clothes of diametrically opposite aesthetics allows you to move away from fashion clichés. Because of its sporty nature, the hoodie is the perfect garment to achieve an unpredictable result. The key to the stylish combination is to contrast the luxurious coat and the sporty energy.
From the base.
Since leopard print doesn’t usually go unnoticed, especially with the “plush” texture, sometimes the best style move is to give it a starring role in an image. A basic outfit such as a white T-shirt, jeans or Converse sneakers – as worn by Gwyneth Paltrow in the 1990s – will work here. Simple and charismatic.
With red accessories.
If there’s a recurring style move among streetstyle stars, it’s combining a leopard coat with red accessories. Favorites this season are small touches of red: shoes, bags, gloves, scarves or hats.
When it comes to a leopard coat, it’s worth rhyming it with minimalist closet elements as well. Black and white pant suits, classic accessories and gold jewelry help achieve the desired effect with elegance and discretion.