Are they? Yes they are! Animal print dresses are here to stay. Today we want to draw your attention to the best animal print dresses for spring-summer season. All the presented designs are ideal for parties, fabulous events and night clubs. Each of the presented styles will for sure make you feel confident and capable of anything, as the wildness is on your side. This print is back in vogue and it's reworked in a more classic way, so it doesn't look cheap. Before making any money moves, you have to know what fits, patterns and lengths are in trend this summer. The best way to know how to wear it in the streets and various occasions is to see examples. We tried to find fabulous options what will ideally fit slim fit, curvy and plus-size women. Take a look at the following tips and let us know what you think.
This cheetah print ensemble by Angel Schlesse comes in a relaxed fit what is ideal for those ladies who are searching for comfortable garments. The knee-length ensemble can be updated with a classic slim-fit black blazer. Wear it with a slicked back hair.
Here we see a Alice Olivia blue shift with 2 zebra snouts. The ensemble is worn atop white classic shirt and knee-length black leather leggings. If you want to finish your look, then try on cuffed sandals and modern folder clutch bag.
That's a nice, everyday Diana Kvariani shirtdress in pale colors and cheetah print. We love the pale yellow and pink colors. Try this design at home parties and casual weekend walks.
Keep it cool modern and sophisticated by wearing one of the following cocktail styles in monochrome colors. Ethologie manages to create glamour and classic looks:
How about mixing zebra and leopard prints together? Here we see a flowing Marc Cain number what is ideal for wearing at the beach and special evening parties.
The monochrome giraffe printed classic fit ensemble by Margrethe Skolen looks pretty formal teamed with a white blazer and chunky flat sandals.
Sandwich keeps it casual and offers a snow leopard V-neck shirtdress with cuffed long sleeves.