Three different ways to wear a leopard skirt

Usually, I stick to monochrome looks for the fall season. Lately, I been obsessing with the leopard trend. Thanks to some fabulous street style outfits that are circulating across the social media I had to try it. In case you’re unaware, animal-print clothes are so hot right now.

With many Pinterest saved inspiration I decided to go shopping and look around what I could find. Since I can’t afford a pair of leopard Louboutins yet, I decided to go for a silk skirt. It’s feminine, chic and goes pretty much with everything. A fun fact about me, in case you haven’t noticed on all the looks I share on my Instagram when I am obsessed with a trend or a piece I wear it on repeat. I find a way to dress differently, so I don’t get bored of the same look.

Today, I want to showcase to you three outfits that I have worn in the past few weeks.

Three different ways to wear a leopard skirt

First Look – Sophisticated & Chic

My first look I wore to have lunch with my girlfriend. With the beautiful weather, we have been having in Vancouver is hard to stay inside. I paired the skirt with sneakers, a simple white shirt and layered with a trench coat.

Three different ways to wear a leopard skirt

Three different ways to wear a leopard skirt

Second Look – Comfy Chic

For the second look, I choose my favourite chunky cardigan that I had in my closet since last season. It’s super cozy to run errands and walk around the city while looking stylish.  Styling your sports staples with elegant ones it is probably my go to when I run errands or meet my friend during leisure time.

Third Look – Ladylike 

I paired the skirt with a simple black camisole, a blazer and heels. It’s perfect for going out, dinners or business meetings. Instead of the blazer try it with a leather jacket. You can wear loafers, instead of high heels if you want to feel comfortable.

Three different ways to wear a leopard skirt

I hope you enjoyed these looks and would love to know your favourite in the comments below! Aurela x

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Aurela Nasedkin


  1. Chunky white athletic shoes and leopard pencil skirt, s there anything better for casual fall outfit? I doubt that! You look amazing, thanks for sharing 🙂
    Lots of love ♥ Janury Girl

    • Thank you, I am literally obsessed with the sneakers!

  2. As a ‘white shirt lover’ my favorite look is the first one. ?

  3. What a versatile piece! The leo print skirt is definitely a wardrobe essential staple. I love all the 3 looks and hard to pick a favorite. Each look stands out with its’ uniqueness and brilliant details like the chunky necklace. You totally nailed them stunner!


  4. Hey Darling,
    How are you?
    Love the Leopard Skirt and all the 3 Ways are Just perfect;)
    My Favorite is the First one:)
    Wish you Beautiful New Week:)
    Love Kisses Open Kloset By Karina
    True Beauty Comes From Within

  5. Thanks for sharing this amazing post. I adore the casual look with the chunky cardigan and definitely has inspired me to try this hot trend (Leo) that I’ve never worn as of yet.
    xx. Gina

  6. I’m loving the leopard trend too! I like the first look with the button up and trenchcoat. It looks so chic and polished! I need to get me a leopard skirt now.

  7. I am so in love with the silk leopard skirt trend. I recently received one from Loavies and I have been eyeing the Realisation Par skirt forever. I’m OBSESSED! I am dying over the three ways you wore the skirt! I love the chunky knit as well!


  8. Hi dear,

    I absolutely adore leo prints, but they are so difficult to wear.
    I’m inspired with a look with a blazer. I find it really stylish!


  9. Love every single way you style this skirt! Since I have a newly discovered obsession with animal print, I’ll probably try all the options!

    You look fabulous btw!



  10. Girl! You look so so chic. I’m completely obsessed over animal print pieces. They add the wow factor to any combo. I loved all of the options you share, so I will try them for myself.
    Have a great day!

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