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Miranda Kerr in Leopard Sweater at LAX 2012

Spotted: Miranda's Leopard Sweater Makes the Perfect Travel Companion

Miranda Kerr's latest jet-set fare has us convinced that a little leopard goes a long way — and here's why. With only the key Winter basics applied — skinny denim, a floppy-brimmed wool fedora, and a slim-cut black blazer — her A.L.C. leopard-print sweater is what single-handedly punches up the casual on-the-go look and consequently steals the show. Keep in mind that not all exotic patterns have to be of the loud, over-the-top sort, and that's what makes this more subdued, neutral-toned iteration a more polished option. Of course, no Miranda ensemble is complete without its cool-girl accents, and this time around, we're privy to easy add-ons: a structural black tote, classic black flats, and a pair of oversize cat-eye sunglasses, to be exact. It's an everyday look with equal parts edge, print, and sophisticated appeal. And with that kind of styling draw, we're pretty sure it's a no-fail choice for holiday travel and beyond. Love what you see? Shop our editors' key picks below.

Clockwise from top left: Rag & Bone Floppy Brim Fedora ($175), Topshop Ponte Rolled Sleeve Blazer ($70), Prada Oversized Cat's-Eye Sunglasses ($245), Givenchy Antigona Medium Satchel Bag ($2,405), Steve Madden Vegass Black Suede Flat ($80), Mango Premium Super Slim Jeans ($80), A.L.C. Leopard Sweater ($365)

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