Head to Toe Leopard Print

Posted by Joelene Larson on

Styles come and go almost as fast as the sun rises and sets.  Some styles seem to come and go, come and go again... and then come and go again!  Some styles I'm sure you wish would just go, but for some reason, seem to keep showing up just when you have forgotten about it.  One style that never seems to go is animal prints.  A quick internet search of leopard print clothing will confirm this classic look seems to never, well... go.    

One of our favorite fashion icons is Jackie Kennedy Onassis, who wore leopard print in the 60's when she was the First Lady.  It's no surprise that during the same era, Audrey Hepburn can be found wearing a number of leopard print items not only in film, but in her everyday life in the public eye as well.  Can't you just picture either one of those classy ladies wearing colored leopard print from today?  How about our Easy Like Sunday Morning Halter Jumpsuit which comes printed with a light blue and leopard print. Designed with a keyhole gathered halter neckline supported by an adjustable neck tie. This backless design is relaxed, comfortable and trendy! An elastic waistband and flared leg define the silhouette.

Jump to the 1970's and one of America's "angels", Farrah Fawcett, can be seen wearing leopard print on a number of occasions.  Fur coats to bathing suits were displaying the timeless look.

During the 1980's most of the country realized wearing a fur coat was out of the question due to the controversy surrounding fur.  This didn't deter the leopard look though.  As big hair bands and neon swept through the country, leopard print remained a staple during this unique fashion decade.

Cindy Crawford became a name synonymous with fashion during the 90's, wearing just about every look during the time. Find her in various magazines wearing leopard print, similar to the Jane Leopard Dress seen here.  

The new millennium brought with it all kinds of new challenges and fashions, but animal prints remained.  From the 1960's through today, leopard print has always been one of the staples of fashion.  It can easily be dressed up, or worn casually.

At Poppy & Stitch Boutique, shop a range of leopard fashions. Starting with the Jane Leopard Dress, there are various options for you to choose from.  This sheer Leopard bodysuit is sure to catch everyone's attention. Leopard is the most on trend print of the year. Feel like the trendiest girl in the room with this one! Style this with a leather mini skirt and over the knee boots or your favorite destroyed denim and heels. The Joey Satin Leopard Midi Skirt has that perfect flirty vibe! Featuring a glossy satin champagne base that displays a black leopard spot print. The relaxed features a partially structured elastic waistband and hidden side zipper. Designed to stop at a midi length and a subtly flared hemline. Pair with a light top and sleek heels for work to weekend wear! It is styled here with the Rock n Roll Graphic Tee  

Make a statement in our Lina Leopard Pocketed Rayon Joggers! These cool joggers feature a lilac and black leopard print. Designed with an elastic drawstring waistband. Subtle pleating around the waist create a relaxed and billowy fit. The classic jogger ankles are secured with an elastic hem. Dress them up with a blousy tank and a pair of heels! What's better than joggers with pockets!?

Everyone is gonna hear you roar in our leopard top. This camel colored to with black and brown leopard print is sure to make a statement.  This neutral will go with all your wardrobe favorites.  Loving the relaxed fit, crew neckline and ruffled sleeves with a back button closure and keyhole adds so much character. Or you can enjoy this skirt that is so chic and perfect for stepping up your skirt game this season! Wear this high waisted with a graphic tee or a blouse tucked in. The shades of tan, brown and black are perfectly neutral and leopard is our favorite print this year! 

Leopard print can be worn head to toe, and rest assured, buy your leopard print now and you won't have to put it in the back of the closet and hope it comes back in style in the years to come.