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Hattie Cotmore
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I had to include this in the animal print round up. Of the three jackets I've posted this is probably my favourite. It's just so fun. The pink and the zebra is obviously amazing. I also really love the style. This boxy blazer shape is almost eighties in style but could be worn with skinny jeans and court shoes bringing it up to date instantly. I was immediately in love and am going to have to find a dupe to appease myself. Image: Ashley Williams/Vogue.com

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Hattie Cotmore
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Another leopard print coat I am lusting after is this one by And Other Stories. And Other Stories tends to be just out of my price range but with key pieces that you plan on wearing over and over I find it's usually worth spending a little more. This definitely goes for a coat. Just like the Ganni this could definitely be worn with anything and everything. I really like the waist tie on this which would give it a little more structure. I also love the pockets and sharp cut collar. A great shape. Image: And Other Stories/Vogue.com

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Hattie Cotmore
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Well it is no surprise that of all the jackets in stock his season my favourite trend is animal print. I am down for anything that is covered in animal print - especially leopard. Ganni is a brand I only recently discovered but have not stopped wishing I could afford since. This Ganni jacket is uber cool. This could be thrown on over anything. Jeans and trainers would be a classic look but equally wear it with an LBD and some heels and it will still work. Oh I want it. Image: Ganni/Vogue.com

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I love stripes since they are a classic print that will never go out of style and that looks very chic. Combine practically with everything, and these ten pieces will inspire you to use it a lot these days! Credits: Pinterest

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Lina Psaila
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This season the leopard print becomes more of a day-to-day piece of clothing than a statement piece necessarily. The days of wearing it with scepticism and frugality are long gone. This time it's more about wearing it as a black shirt, with any pattern any colour your imagination can fathom. And although there was a misconception that a leopard overload can become tacky the truth is only the quality of the leopard print item in question can determine the elegance of the outfit. 


Leopard print has been associated with Christian Dior in the 50's to true rockstar glam in the 60's and later in the 70's and 80's with David Bowie and Debby Harry making it almost a segment of their trademark. The grunge days of Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love gave it a 90's twist.

Nowadays, Leandra Medine of ManRepeller did an impressive double (but not identical) leopard print number, matching it with red strappy heels. Olivia Palermo clashes patterns of leopard print and check while Alexa Chung went for an animal print faux fur over a short party dress. 

Street style has also been flooding with many variations of leopard print: from pochettes, to mules, jackets, shirts or leggings the animal print has proved itself as one of the most fun ways to be fashionable this season! 

Have a look at our gallery for inspiration and keep scrolling for our edit of the key animal print items that you need to own this Spring... 

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Emily Beeson
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We love those easy pieces you can just throw on and go but spring hasn’t exactly been the warmest this year. Nonetheless, we’re determined to rock our in-season pieces as seen on the runway and on all our favourite celebs. 


A jumpsuit is the perfect example of stylish dressing made easy, whether you’re wearing yours for work, the weekend or a night out with the girls. From vintage-inspired wide-leg styles to statement prints and plunging V-necks, having a few fail-safe one-pieces in your wardrobe is a must. 

But how do you style a jumpsuit in spring? The weather is hardly tropical so we looked to our team of editors and style insiders for advice…

The trick with spring dressing is layering. Whether it’s lengths, prints, textures or tones, team a jumpsuit with the right layers and it’ll soon become your go-to. We love contrasting classic leather jackets with bold prints, offsetting a silky silk jumpsuit with a white tee, or opting for a classic floaty wide-leg suit with a tough denim jacket and trainers. 

Heading from your desk to drinks? Opt for a shoulder-baring style, swap your trainers for open-toe boots and add a clutch. Jumpsuits really are a wardrobe hero so why save yours for the summer months? 

Want to get the look? Shop our edit below…  

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Hattie Cotmore
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If you don't look at this and immediately feel overwhelmed with desire, are you okay? Firstly let's talk about the print. Leopard print is my first animal print love but zebra is a close second. It will instantly lift a simple jeans and tee or all black outfit. Secondly look at that shape. I'm not sure if it's trying to replicate a vanity case or a hat box but I am obsessed with that structure. Saint Laurent have stolen my heart here. Image: Saint Laurent

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Isabelle Herring
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Alexa Chung looks phenomenal on the cover of Spanish Vogue! 💕 The dress just pulls her in in all the right places - so flattering! Can we also talk about the gorgeous print? #ootd #alexachung #spanishvogue Photo Credit: @alexa_chung on Twitter

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M.J Ortega
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This is a quite interesting mix of prints, having that much boldness in the dress you would that she will pair it with both a black bag and eyes,  But instead, she goes with a leopard print in the bag, making the outfit even more fun and out there.  Photo Credit: @manrepeller on twitter #fashion #look #outfit #trend 

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Oriane Pierrès
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We've solved all your sartorial woes. With Easter just a hop away, we are ready to welcome spring, even if the sun is playing hide and seek with us at the moment. This long awaited weekend is finally happening, and it’s on you to decide how you spend it. Family time or brunch with your best friends, your style should always be on point. We wrote a guide to be ready for every Easter occasion, keeping in mind how to reuse your outfits later this Spring:  


Pastel or floral spring
It’s hard to miss it, pastel colours are everywhere this season, and Easter is just another occasion to sport it. Lilac, pale yellow, baby blue… you name it! Frilly dresses or suits, these pieces are a must-have this season. Paired with high heels, you can choose its little sister, the floral print, if you don’t feel like lilac. 

Friendly time
Easter Sunday is the perfect excuse for a nice brunch with friends. You might want to dress up a little bit, with this je-ne-sais-quoi. Opt for trainers with a nice leather jacket, and a nice trousers or maybe that dress which has been laying in your dressing room for that night out that never came. 

Outdoor easter 
Spring is officially here but weather lets us a bit indecisive how to dress up appropriately when it comes to walks. Wellies or boots, sport them with a casual pair of jeans and a teeshirt, but don’t forget your raincoat and sunnies, to be ready for every situation! To stay in easter mood, think pastels!. 

Stylish egg hunt 
No egg hunt can happen without a proper basket bag. And good news, this year is wicker bag time! Mix it with a print dress, or some shorts and your favorites sunnies (if weather is ever in our favour this weekend!), but don’t forget to feel comfy to wonder around to find the precious eggs everyone is talking about.  

Cosy at home 
This weekend activity might resume into moving between your sofa and bed, catching up on your favorite TV shows and this book you’ve been longing to finish. But staying at home doesn’t have to necessarily mean to enjoy some staycation without style. Head for nice pyjamas or cosy outfits, and nice slippers, before finishing your look with your beloved accessories. If any unexpected guest shows up, you’ll be ready for a nice time together.

Shop our edit below for this well-deserved holiday!

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Hattie Cotmore
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Instagram is always top of my list when I'm looking for fashion inspo. I love seeing what people like to wear and how they style pieces to infuse their own personality. This leopard print shirt is fab. Is relaxed and casual but could definitely be worn as evening wear. Paired with these wide legged white trousers and striking black boots this is a great transitional outfit as we head into spring. Image: Instagram @leannefarley

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Lina Psaila
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Transitional weather periods require transitional wardrobe. And one of the transitional weather absolute favourite staples is the trench coat. From royal, Kate Middleton to reality star Kim Kardashian West and blogger/ journalist Pandora Sykes (you are seeing the expansion of the fashion spectrum here, right?) are opting for multiple variations of the trench coat. Whether you choose the Bottega Veneta one that Lauren Bacall wore in the SS18 show or the uber trendy winter floral print at Michael Kors, this piece is bound to add more than a few points of elegance to your look. 


There's great variety in form but most importantly in the fabric. High gloss details or full on shiny leather trenches. Tightly cinched or left in a looser silhouette. One of the most spot on colours for trench coats this season is khaki, but get ready for some impressive numbers in red, off-white, camel and baby blue. 

Check our exclusive edit of the trench coats you need to own this season!

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