Photos (from left): Heidi Klum, Miranda Kerr and Ana Beatriz Barros; Courtesy of instyle.co.uk, fashion.telegraph.co.uk, denimblog.com.
Leopard scarf never goes out of style. You can see them every fall/winter. But traditional leopard scarf is predictable and can easily put us in a dreaded situation: matching a stranger’s outfit. To avoid this and make yourself stand out from the crowd stylishly, consider adding colors to your leopard scarf. Yes, colors!
Colors can instantly give characters to the traditional leopard: olive-green is edgy and chic (like the one on Heidi Klum); red is more glamorous and sexy (like Miranda Kerr’s); purple is romantic with a little bit of mystery (like Ana Beatriz Barros’s look); high contrast black and white is modern graphic (like this stylish, affordable version). The list goes on…
From today’s three looks above, you can see how a colored leopard scarf really makes the whole outfit stand out: Heidi Klum’s military style leopard scarf adds texture and cool-girl vibe to her sleek neutral outfit while the color blends harmoniously with the rest; Miranda Kerr’s red leopard scarf brightens up the whole monochrome look while standing in vivid contrast against to her floral Prada bag; Ana Beatriz Barros’s purple leopard scarf along with her red coated jeans gives a carefree vibe to the whole look while still having an attractive girly flair.
Below are my favorite colored leopard scarves, which one do you like the most?
Saint Laurent wool-cashmere scarf
Alexander McQueen leopard skull scarf (similar here & here)
Alexander McQueen cashmere and silk-blend scarf (also here)
Stella McCartney leopard print voile scarf (also here, $50 here)
Lily and Lionel Angelina neon-leopard scarf (also adore this olive version)
Roffe leopard print deep die scarf (lust worthy one here)