Spring 2011 Runway Trends: Exotic Animal Prints

31 Mar

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Tired of zebra and cheetah prints? We are too! You’re in luck. Fashion expert for NBCDFW, Abby Gregory, tells us there’s more to the animal kingdom these days! Check out our video interview HERE!

NBC Dallas-Fort Worth

Spring Trends: Animal Instinct

By ABBY GREGORY
Updated 9:16 AM CDT, Tue, Feb 22, 2011 | Print

Animal skins and prints that were huge this Fall are still relevant for Spring 2011. Python, leopard, or giraffe — anything goes. That applies to accessories as well.

Why We Adore It: Anytime we are able to carry pieces from this season into the next, we are instantly in love! It further validates our purchases, after all. Also, the new, more neutral or colorful versions of the animal prints this season are beautiful.

How To Wear It: All the time and with nearly any look. In fact, you can incorporate this trend into any of the others mentioned. Pair a snakeskin-inspired bag with your 70’s pieces or a leopard shoe or scarf with the boyfriend look. If this is your season to invest in a few new items, we recommend splurging on a dress or tunic by Blumarine or Giambattista Valli. Carry your pieces from Fall into Spring to stay on-trend as the season changes.

Where To Get It: We pulled this giraffe print from Stanley Korshak‘s racks, but we’ve found accessories in the animal trend all over store shelves already.

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One Response to “Spring 2011 Runway Trends: Exotic Animal Prints”

  1. Raleigh Dimodica January 13, 2013 at 09:42 #

    when it comes to exotic animals, i really love the chincilla because they look very cute…

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