On the Prowl: 6 Leopard Print Boots for Fall

I’ve long felt that leopard print is a neutral. I mean, it makes sense, right? It pairs well with the majority of the colour wheel and believe it or not, can be styled in a way to not be the focal point of an outfit. A little animal print goes a long way and what better approach to incorporate it into your wardrobe than with a great pair of booties? I’ve always loved the idea of having a pop of print in my outfit, but love the idea even more of someone doing a double take at an outfit and thinking “Holy crap, there’s leopard in there too!” or “The animal (leopard) print is what is pulling the look together”. I also like the idea of looking down at a great pair of shoes that seem to have snuck themselves into an outfit without much thought. Anyway, you get it, I like playing with prints.

So, without further ado, I would like to share six pairs of leopard print booties that have caught my eye. Style them as the focal point of an outfit or sneak them in as the neutral that pulls an outfit together; whatever it may be, prints like these are a staple and should never be avoided.

So what pair is your favourite? How do you rock your leopard print? Let me know below in the comments section! Have a great weekend and thanks for stopping by!

Balmain Toomai Boot

Balmain Toomai Boot

DVF Fatima Leopard Detail

Diane von Furstenberg Leopard Detail Bootie

Kate Spade Terri Boot

Kate Spade Terri Boot

Lanvin Leopard Bootie

Lanvin Leopard Bootie

puss in boots charlotte olympia

Charlotte Olympia “Puss in Boots”

Sam Edelman Petty Boot

Same Edelman Petty Boot

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3 thoughts on “On the Prowl: 6 Leopard Print Boots for Fall

    • Scarves are another great accessory to incorporate a print into a look! They are so easy to add to an outfit and versatile, you really can’t go wrong. Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to comment, you’re awesome!

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