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How to wear animal print for your Color Code

Yes, every Color Code can wear animal print!

For some, it’s better close to your face and for others, it’s best as an accent or accessory.

And, yes, animal print is a Signature Color!

Check out the Animal Print Pinterest board by clicking here.

Here are some guidelines for each Dominant Color Category.

Not sure of your category? Discover Your Signature Color and find out.

Animal print is incredibly neutral.

Because most animal prints contain shades of black AND brown, virtually any color will coordinate with it.

Treat it like any other neutral piece of clothing.

Ideas for wearing animal print

Animal print shoes elevate an outfit effortlessly.

See?? It even goes with blue and white checks!

Leopard print shoes elevate any outfit + How to wear leopard print for your Dominant Color Category by tabithadumas.com
Via The Entertaining House

An animal print purse is a beautiful accent to any outfit.

A leopard bag is a fabulous accent to any outfit + How to wear leopard print for your Dominant Color Category by tabithadumas.com
Via Lookastic

Animal print pairs especially well with red. 

Animal print with red How to wear leopard print for your Dominant Color Category by tabithadumas.com
Via PJM’s Closet

So how should YOU wear animal print?

Here are some ideas according to your Color Code.

LIGHT

Unless you are a platinum blond, LIGHTs are low contrast so prints and outfits that are low contrast are best for you.

A low-contrast animal print is also ideal for a LIGHT. 

It’s gorgeous with gray and lavender!

Wear leopard print with lavender if you are a SOFT. Post about How to wear leopard print for your Dominant Color Category by tabithadumas.com
Via Polyvore

This print is subtle and light.

Animal print for a LIGHT. How to wear leopard print for your Dominant Color Category by tabithadumas.com
Holly Willoughby Via DailtMail.com

Animal print isn’t limited to black and brown.

This turquoise animal print is lovely on a LIGHT.

Animal print for a LIGHT. How to wear leopard print for your Dominant Color Category by tabithadumas.com
Via Chico’s

DEEP

You guessed it, DEEP ladies can wear deep animal prints.

Pairing it with black, brown + any of your “pop” colors (purple, true red, persimmon, royal blue) is a fantastic idea. 

DEEPs can wear leopard print with dakr coral + How to wear leopard print for your Dominant Color Category by tabithadumas.com
Via Eslamoda

Black + white + animal print

DEEPs can wear leopard print with dakr coral + How to wear leopard print for your Dominant Color Category by tabithadumas.com
Via Zaful.com

DEEPs are gorgeous in zebra print as well.

DEEP ladies can wear zebra print, too! How to wear leopard print for your Dominant Color Category by tabithadumas.com
Via Buyer Select

SOFT

My SOFT ladies are all about colors with a medium intensity and prints with medium contrast.

This brown-on-taupe print is beautiful here paired with coral, mint and jade green. 

Animal print for a LIGHT. Low contrast and paired with mint or coral. from tabithadumas.com
Via NYmag.com

Animal print shorts with a medium-hued green top.

Leopard shorts with a gree top for a SOFT + How to wear leopard print for your Dominant Color Category by tabithadumas.com
Via Luisa Accorsi

This would work for a SOFT or LIGHT.

Animal print is so sweet with mint!

Mint green with animal print How to wear leopard print for your Dominant Color Category by tabithadumas.com
Via Polyvore

CLEAR

For my CLEAR ladies, it’s all about high contrast.

Zebra print is perfect for CLEARs.

Blouse

CLEAR ladies rock the zebra print! How to wear leopard print for every Dominant Color Category by tabithadumas.com
Via The Sweetest Thing

Skirt

CLEAR ladies rock the zebra print! How to wear leopard print for every Dominant Color Category by tabithadumas.com
Via ChicStreetstyle.me

Blazer

CLEAR ladies rock the zebra print! How to wear leopard print for every Dominant Color Category by tabithadumas.com
Tanesha Washi

WARM

Animal print was made for red-heads!

Look for brown variations and prints with a medium intensity. 

WARM ladies wear animal print well, especially brown prints. How to wear leopard print for every Dominant Color Category by tabithadumas.com
Via Banana Republic

Beautiful blouse with turquoise accents from Silpada.

WARM ladies wear animal print well, especially brown prints. How to wear leopard print for every Dominant Color Category by tabithadumas.com
Via Silpada

Chic look with the green blazer, perfect for a WARM.

WARM ladies wear animal print well, especially brown prints. How to wear leopard print for every Dominant Color Category by tabithadumas.com
Via wannabemag.com

COOL

COOLs in animal print is the most challenging because they need to wear COOL colors (no brown or beige).

But black and white prints and any animal prints with silver accents work well, especially paired with purple, pink or black.

A leopard skirt with a white blouse and denim makes for a sophisticated look. 

How a COOL woman wear animal print. A skirt with a white blouse and denim. How to wear leopard print for every Dominant Color Category by tabithadumas.com
Via You Look Fab

A simple animal print scarf is so pretty with denim and pink.

How a COOL woman wears animal print. A scarf with denim and pink. via tabithadumas.com
Via Style at a Certain Age

Black and white with a leopard print blouse is lovely for a COOL.

How a COOL woman wears animal print. A leopard print top with black and white. By tabithadumas.com
Via Style At a Certain Age
I hope these ideas help you wear animal print well!

What’s your favorite look?

How to wear animal print for your Color Code tabithadumas.com Tabitha Dumas Phoenix Image Consultant

 

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About Tabitha Dumas

Seeing women showing UP to their life authentically and confidently--THAT is what excites me. I am a strategist, bringer of the fun, trail blazer and agent of encouragement offering creative and effective strategies to help women elevate their image and expand their influence. I'm also a magazine junkie, dedicated wife, fun-loving mama, bargain shopper and story teller trying to use my powers for good in this crazy world. I love my life!
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