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Class to Night Out: Animal Print Jeans

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Jeans: 1, 2, 3

Do you struggle with transforming your outfits from day to night? Don’t worry, CF is here to help turn that daily annoyance into a fun challenge. Class to Night Out focuses on one piece per week, and aims to help you take your look from study sessions in the library to dancing the night away.

I’ve professed my love for animal print in many of my CF posts, but I’ve always been a little hesitant to try out a pair of animal print jeans. With bottoms so bold, you have to have the confidence to match, and I guess I thought I couldn’t pull it off.

However, with the printed pants trend out in full force this fall, I decided to take a walk on the wild side, so to speak, and give animal print jeans a try. And I have to say, it totally paid off! Honestly, I’ve never felt so stylish and confident walking around campus.

My recent foray into animal print jeans inspired me to compile two outfits, one for class and one for a night out, inspired by this bold trend. Of course, I have a leopard print bias, but these outfits would look great with any animal print, from snakeskin to even a bold tiger pattern.

Animal Print Jeans: Class

how to wear animal print jeans for class with graphic sweater black smoking slippers studded belt geometric earrings and two toned retro bag
Jeans, Sweater, Smoking Slippers, Bag, Earrings

To create a casual, eclectic look for class, pair your jeans with an equally bold graphic sweater. The geometric patterns on this sweater contrast perfectly with the more subtle animal print of the pants, giving you an edgy but balanced look. Keep your look trendy but chic by accessorizing with a fashion-forward studded belt, geometric earrings, and a ladylike structured bag in modern colors (hello, oxblood!) Complete the look with a pair of black smoking slippers – a total fall necessity that adds a touch of schoolgirl chic to your look.

Animal Print Jeans: Night Out

how to wear animal print jeans for night with sheer black top gray lace bandeau studded clutch black and gold ankle booties and gold bangle
Jeans, Top, Bandeau, Ankle Booties, Clutch, Bangle

For your night look, keep the focus on the jeans by pairing them with a simple, sheer collared top. This black top has gorgeous lace detailing that’s subtly sexy, but not overpowering. Layer it over a gray lace bandeau for an even sultrier look. Accessories should be simple but stunning. Try black ankle booties with a pop of gold, a bold bangle, and a trendy studded clutch.

Your thoughts?

How do you style your animal print? Would you wear it to class? Be sure to leave me a comment and let me know what you think of the outfits, I’d love to hear your thoughts!

Posted on on October 26, 2012 / Filed Under: Fashion Tips / Tags: , , , , , , , ,

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8 Responses to “Class to Night Out: Animal Print Jeans”

  1. 1
    October 26th, 2012 at 5:57 pm

    These are fabulous on the right person – and confidence is a MUST for anyone willing to wear these pants. For a night out, I would wear them with a solid very feminine top and sexy strappy black heels (depending on where I’m going, of course.). Not a fan of the thick soled heels.

  2. 2
    October 26th, 2012 at 11:21 pm

    love the grey sweater,it is so hot.i want to know who did the outfit

  3. 3
    October 26th, 2012 at 11:22 pm

    just contact me,please.

  4. 4
    October 27th, 2012 at 2:19 am

    I clicked on the bad and was linked to indressme.com, and after some Internet searches I feel that this is a scam. Are you certain about this website’s authenticity?

  5. 5
    October 27th, 2012 at 9:08 am

    carina, this has to be the best class to night out post! both outfit collages are beautiful and deserve to be in nylon or marie claire. great job!!!

  6. 6
    October 28th, 2012 at 5:36 pm

    Where are those black smoking slippers from? The link takes me to the Zara page for the belt, not the shoes.

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