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The Leopard Skirt I Didn't Know I Needed (Until This Summer)

A versatile basic, with a feline edge.
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It's no exaggeration to say Los Angeles (and Denmark, as Leslie wrote about Tuesday) have been taken over by leopard skirts, with one (eternally sold out) version dominating my feed. The animal print adds a slight edge to the conservative length and classic material, so that it can easily be worn to the office, out to drinks, or even for a dressier occasion like a wedding. Leopard print is now considered a neutral and whether you combine it with other prints—like florals, stripes or polka dots—or simple tee, it's one of my favorite trends for fall.

Some other favorite picks: This dress, while an investment, means that you can wear it on its own or with a cozy knit thrown over it to look like a midi skirt, a skirt with a slight kick flare to pair with black booties, and a skirt that pairs back to a top, which can be worn as a set.


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