Inspired: Wild Side with Animal Prints

Whats is there not to love about animal prints? It doesn’t matter if you are going to office or going out on a dinner date, animal prints fits in everywhere. And the fact that animal prints are so much in trend and haven’t faded since it came up has inspired me to do this post, even though the glimpse of this outfit I am wearing here has been shared with you earlier.

EastGrad Fashion Inspired:  Wild Side with Animal Prints

EastGrad Fashion Inspired:  Wild Side with Animal Prints

EastGrad Fashion Inspired:  Wild Side with Animal Prints

EastGrad Fashion Inspired:  Wild Side with Animal Prints

EastGrad Fashion Inspired:  Wild Side with Animal Prints

EastGrad Fashion Inspired:  Wild Side with Animal Prints

EastGrad Fashion Inspired:  Wild Side with Animal Prints

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EastGrad Fashion Inspired:  Wild Side with Animal Prints

Animal Print Shirt:
Explore your wild side with animal prints as these prints never really go out of fashion. Be it summer or winter they are always in the “must have” list. I paired it with my blue jeans from Zara but sometimes combining this animal print with a strong and vibrant colours like red, orange makes you look younger and fresher.

Alert:
Just be who you are, don’t go wrong by adding snakeskin prints scarf or doggy-wear to your collection of accessories. They will simply ruin the beauty of your animal printed shirt. Keep things simple. Just remember the holy grail is to enhance what you’ve got by adding a pop of colour or by simply being confident in your own fur.

Bottom Wear:
I love the effortless look of juxtaposing dressy and casual, like pairing the animal printed top with casual denim. Depending on the occasion you may also go for bright coloured shorts or pants. As said above, the rich pop of colour adds a lot of sass and confidence to an outfit.

Add ons:
Better be safe and go for smaller accessories such as watch or bracelets, necklaces, and sunnies. Flat pumps do look good as these are an easy way to look wild yet casual. Heels, no doubt has its own beauty and glam ups the look.

What I Wore?

Animal Printed Shirt: BK Market, Kolkata.
Jeans: Zara.
Pumps: Heels and Toes, Gangtok.
Silk Scarf: Gifted (from Udaipur).
Hat from Four Seasons :)

A little sneak peek never hurts, but wait until the new post comes up!!
Till then be safe and stay stylish
See you soon!!

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9 Responses to Inspired: Wild Side with Animal Prints

  1. Dr. Sajna Poudyal says:

    Hey dere.. yes !! I couldn’t agree more.. Animal print is a must for ur wardrobe.. Be it a shirt, dress or anything!! U look amazing.. :-)

  2. Soumi says:

    I myself used to be pretty scared of animal prints. It’s pretty tricky to style them right. However, with such a pretty face, it’s easy to style ANYTHING!

  3. Laura says:

    You’re totally right, girl, you can never go wrong with animal print! What a fabulous outfit and wow, that location looks amazing! You have such a wonderful blog, feel free to check out mine ;-) xoxo
    http://www.hollylovespaul.com/

  4. Min says:

    I love animal print and I love your advice about how to wear it. Totally agree that you should not overdose on animals and other strong accessories, simple is the best choice with animal print. I checked out your trip to Baramati pics, totally jealous! It reminds me of my tours in Australia and South Africa, where I did lots of wine tasting. Travelling is always fun, but travelling with wine tasting is even better! :)
    http://www.minsbeautyequipment.com

  5. WOWWWWW you look SO CUTE :) love that outfit. I hope you had a great summer so far dear.

    Check out my new post…AN AMAZING Swedish summer house in Stockholm :)

    have a lovely weekend

    LOVE Maria at inredningsvis – Swedish decor, food, and fashion

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