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pattern adventures: oh joy wears animal print!



Are you ready for our very last pattern adventures series of the year? We're ending with a super fun theme…animal prints! I literally have NEVER worn animal prints until this day, so it was a fun challenge for me to rock this very popular print! Here are three of my favorite ways to rock it this season, starting with a really comfy and cute outfit and ending with a holiday-party ready option. Take a look!


Feeling Comfy — This outfit is super fun because each piece incorporates dots or leopard prints! The pants are small-scale polka dots that resembles the leopard print on the top and shoes. Since the pants and shoes are on the subtle side, I made sure the top had more contrast and a little flourish with the pop of beautiful rust shade and amazing ruffle sleeves. This is a great outfit to wear out running errands while feeling comfy, cozy, and festive. 


Feeling ComfyMadewell top, Madewell jeans, Rollie shoes.


Getting Classy — This outfit is classy, chic, and makes a fun statement. I paired the leopard print wide-leg cropped pants with fun yellow heels and a pretty turquoise top with feminine details. The gold fanny pack adds a pop of glam while also being super practical and functional. It's a great outfit for a business meeting, work lunch, or day at the office!


Getting Classy: Damaris Bailey top, J.Crew pants, Just Fab shoes (past season), Clare V. fannypack.


Going Glam — Nothing says it's time to party like a sequin animal print dress! This dress is super fun and holiday-party ready. To complete the look, I paired it with black booties, matching glitter earrings for extra shine, and a bright pink coat for a splash of color. 


Going Glam: Crew Cuts jacket (similar), Zara dress, Dolce Vita shoes (past season), Each to Own earrings.

Which outfit would you wear? Let me know in the comments below, and stay tuned for final home decor pattern adventure next week!

{Photos by Lily Glass. Outfit styling by Joy Cho, flat and prop styling by Julia Wester, prop styling assistance by Jess Hong.



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