Animal Attraction: Fall Fashion Goes Wild
Unleash your inner wild child this fall. Animal prints are back in a big way, but let’s admit it: Did they ever go away? There’s something about fierce looks in leopard, zebra, snakeskin — you name it — that will never go out of style. And this season, you’ll find all kinds of awesome animal patterns at The Shops at Columbus Circle. Here are some key pieces to add to your wardrobe.
There's no limit to our love for leopard and J.Crew delivers with spots scattered across sweaters, pants, bags, shoes, and more. We’re particularly wild about this fluffy faux-fur coat ($278).
With its color-blocked swaths of zebra and leopard, the J Harper Sweater ($98) from Montmartre will make a statement and keep you comfy on the cold days to come.
A black cardigan is a wardrobe staple. The Boniiey Cardigan ($208) from Ted Baker London elevates this classic in a mix of fabrics, including a subtle and elegant animal print jacquard.
Animal prints go glam at BOSS. This Long-Length Dress ($645) is crafted in Italian fabric with plissé pleats, three-quarter-length sleeves, extended cuffs, and a tie-up belt to complete the look.
Even your workout gear gets the animal treatment at lululemon. The Define Jacket Luxtreme ($118) comes in a flattering black-and-gray print fabric that can be worn in every season.
Slide into the trend with the Tabby Shoulder Bag 26 ($650) from Coach. With its snakeskin patchwork, it’s a modern take on a retro-chic 1970s design from the Coach archives.
Feeling bold? These Wanessa 95 knee-high boots ($695) from Stuart Weitzman are crafted from leopard neoprene with a sexy stiletto heel and a flair for the dramatic.
The Hara Bootie ($295) from Cole Haan is made for walking, thanks to a luxuriously cushioned GRANDFØAM footbed. The sleek Jaguar Print Haircalf is totally on-trend.