Leopard print pencil skirt: 2 Ways to Wear It

Today I’ve got two incredibly easy ways to wear a leopard pencil skirt for you. And it’s not by pairing it with a white or black shirt. Although those are options.

If leopard print intimidates you a little, or if you just need a couple of new ideas for styling leopard print skirts or bottoms, keep reading. I promise you can look stunning in leopard.

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Red and leopard print make a stunning combination. I’ve paired this skirt with a red top and denim jacket. Using cognac sandals and a cognac bag make it a great outfit to transition to fall. I’d wear this to church or a dressy casual event like a baby or wedding shower.

leopard print skirt with denim jacket
leopard print skirt summer to fall transition outfit

If you can’t wear red, try hot pink or kelly green. Both look amazing with leopard.

leopard pencil skirt outfit

Denim jacket – Old Navy; blouse- Amazon; option option skirt- JCrew Factory; current version option earrings- Kendra Scott; cuff- Kendra Scott; purse- Nine West; option sandals- Old Navy

Additional style tips:

Make this more work/office friendly by swapping the denim jacket for a black blazer and the sandals for black pumps. A different cut skirt or leopard print pants would also work with these pieces.

Related: How to wear a leopard print pencil skirt to the office

Next I’ve paired this skirt with a neutral striped tee. This is one of my favorite Target tees. Stripes and leopard are both easy patterns to mix, especially when you go with a neutral or black stripe. I’d probably wear this for date night or a dinner out.

striped tee with leopard skirt
pattern mixing outfit
date night outfit

tee- Target; option skirt- JCrew Factory; current version option shoes- old/ Naturalizer; option option option earrings- KendraScott; bracelet- Kendra Scott; necklace- Rocksbox; clutch- old/ Forever21 option option

Additional style tips: Make this more work/office friendly by adding a black blazer or cardigan and tuck the shirt instead of knotting it.

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