Leopard print is all over the high-street at the moment. It’s a tough trend and print to wear without looking over the top. I’ve rounded up the best picks on ASOS which will suit a hardened leopard print wearer and also the more faint of heart.

leopard print asos picks

The Jumper – £30

This is a fresh take on leopard print with an interesting colour palette of grey and mustard yellow. The neckline gives it a preppy vibe but the oversized fit means that it has a relaxed, scandi vibe. This would suit all shapes and sizes and is perfect with black skinny jeans and chelsea boots.

The Boots – £27.99

If you aren’t quite ‘into’ the whole leopard print vibe – personally I always end up looking like Kat Slater – but still want a pop of colour or something more work appropriate this is it. Leopard Print boots can be seen in a number of highstreet stores – New Look and ASOS are the best places to find these – a sturdy midi heel keeps them from looking to OTT.

The Skirt – £35

We’re getting a little braver… perfect with a black roll neck jumper for a Parisienne vibe or an oversized knit for a more relaxed style. This is a classic a-line shape which means it looks great even if your legs don’t stretch on for days like the lovely ASOS model. It’s high waisted so you can tuck in jumpers, tops and shirts and still looks smart.

The Trainer – £29.99

Now this is for those really scared of the leopard print trend. It’s subtle, adds a little interest but isn’t overt. It’s also great if you want to take a step into the white trainer game. My shoe wardrobe consists of 80% white trainers because I wanted to jump on any trend that was also comfy as hell.

The Scarf – £18

This is the cheapest option if you want to try leopard print on for size this winter. It means that you can be wearing literally anything and then add a bit of sass with a printed scarf. This is probably the best way of wearing leopard print if you’re not keen to invest too much of your money and wardrobe space and also works to and from work nicely.

The Coat – £85

As a contrast – whilst this is also a great way of working leopard print without changing your day-to-day wardrobe – it’s also the most expensive. It’s certainly the most bold – the muted colours mean that it doesn’t come across too brash. It’s also definitely the coolest way to wear leopard print.