8 Ways to Wear Leopard, According to Julia Restoin Roitfeld

We consider leopard print a neutral. While it might be one of the wilder of the prints in classic circulation (pun intended), it just as easily pairs with stripes and florals as it does blacks and whites. And, while I might be constantly trying to find new ways to mix my brown and black animal print into each and every look I style, 365 days a year, no one does it quite like Julia Restoin Roitfeld. Whether it's a beach coverup or a Winter coat, Roitfeld knows that no look is complete without at least a little bit of leopard. And I couldn't agree more. Ahead, find my favorite leopard styles from the one and only brunette beauty and how I'm shopping the looks in my very own wardrobe.

The Scarf

Add a little something extra to your Fall look with a classic printed leopard scarf.

The Colored Sweater

Amp up your leopard look with a bright red toned sweater for breezy days.

The Party Skirt

For events, try a silk leopard skirt and black knit, paired with heels and a structured clutch.

The Blouse

Mix up your prints by styling a leopard blouse with a striped or plaid blazer this Fall.

The Casual Skirt

Go for a high-low look for day or night with a graphic tee and high-waisted leopard skirt, all year round.

The Beach Cover-Up

Take your leopard look to the beach with an oversize silk leopard top thrown over a one-piece black bathing suit.

The Trench

The Trench

For transitional weather, opt for a trench covered in an understated leopard pattern, keeping the look ladylike with a pencil skirt made of a contrasting patent material.