An "evergreen trend" sounds like an oxymoron if we've ever heard one, but I'm just going to go ahead and say it: Animal print is the one trend that will outlast all the others. Whether it's my grandma's leopard-print coat or the number of snakeskin printed items I've seen all over Instagram lately, I'm convinced that animal prints of all kinda are the trend that will never die.
For spring 2020, we're seeing abstract versions of leopard and zebra, while the styling is all about mixing the prints with neutral tones and loads of tailoring. One look at the street style scene from fashion month confirms this.
To show you that animal print is still relevant among the fashion crowd this spring, we've sourced our favorite recent examples along with shopping from our very own Who What Wear collection, because, yes, when we spot a trend, we love to put our own (rather affordable) spin on it. From spring-ready dresses to statement tops to pants, we designed everything you could possibly need to make the look yours without going a penny over budget, so just keep scrolling to get started.
Wild prints and bold colors somehow feel much more approachable when styled in a monochromatic fashion.
Wondering how to wear animal print in the most 2020 way? The answer involves pairing it with neutral tones and classic tailoring.
Rust is having a moment right now, and wearing it with black and white (what some might call a fashion "mistake") actually feels really fresh.
Swapping printed trousers in for a plain pair instantly makes your look more exciting.
Take a party dress into the daytime via a structured jacket and sneakers.
Lean into "grandma dressing" this spring—especially because animal prints are the one trend that has withstood generations upon generations of fashion girls.