SHOP NOW!: Classic Leopard Pullover Sweaters!


If you’ve been following my Instagram (@styledarlingdaily), I’ve been passionate observing Leopard Week, which is really a self-appointed theme for my wardrobe this week. However, most weeks, for me, include at least 1 leopard piece. If the lockdown during the pandemic taught me anything, it’s that leopard makes everything better. For today’s post, I’m sharing a trio of leopard print sweaters that combine the wild, vivacious print with a classic pullover style & chic buttons to pair with a professional, casual, & short look, depending on how you style it.

SHOP: JM Collection crewneck pullover sweater in red combo, northern lights, & new fawn @Macy’s ($49.50, available in sizes XS-XXL).

I’m a big fan of the blue since I already have plenty of neutral & red leopard pieces, but the blue really pops, especially against luxe materials that could work for bottoms. The following pieces can be mixed & matched with any of these sweaters, depending on where you’re headed & what your style is.

SHOP: high-waisted straight faux-leather ankle pants in black @Old Navy ($54.99, limited availability in sizes 00-30), high-waisted split-front pixie skinny pants in black @Old Navy (on sale: $25.00, available in sizes 0-30), & high-waisted denim straight-leg pant in navy @New York & Company (on sale: $47.97, available in sizes 2-20).

SHOP: Wild Fable leather moto mini skirt in black @Target (on sale: $18.70, available in sizes 00-26) & Grace Karin slim fit business pencil skirt in red @Amazon ($27.99, available in sizes S-XXL).

Which leopard sweater do you like the best? How would you style it? How frequently do you wear leopard? For more stylish posts, check out: Valentine’s style & accessories, versatile earrings sets from LOFT, & a houndstooth wrap for under $25! Happy Styling!

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