These Kim Kardashian's looks in head to toe animal print are the wildest style inspiration for 2020

COVER STORY / 2020-01-21

These Kim Kardashian's looks in head to toe animal print are the wildest style inspiration for 2020

There are no brownie points for guessing the most popular American socialite who loves vintage outfits. Yes, we’re talking about Kim Kardashian who is often seen wearing bold overdose of prints, and this time in a head-to-toe animal print bodysuit, paired with a matching coat, and laced-up boots. If the thought of wearing animal print makes you wanna run a mile then…well a mile it is. Let us show you KK’s take on this trend and how it is far from basic as the bronzer on her cheeks.

Kim Kardashian’s figure hugging bodysuit

The popular magnate stepped out in a figure-hugging bodysuit, matching coat, lace up boots, and gloves in first week of March in Paris, France, wearing head-to-toe leopard print. Animal print is difficult to pull off but definitely not for Kim K. The print has been confirmed as one of the key trends for spring-summer 2020 by the runways and Kim’s back to back trendy outfits are giving us major animal print goals.

Vintage see-through Leopard print catsuit

Not long after this bold choice of statement outfit, the 38-year old trendsetter ripped the internet apart with a fully see-through leopard print catsuit. She paired the feisty catsuit with a black beret, black velvet coat and pointed heels (Getting too much French vibes? Of Course, she was in Paris!). Her signature contoured bronze makeup and voluminous locks completed the look as Kim looked stunning in every way.
And it’s not the first time when 90’s fashion has found a way to come back to current trends. Kim’s catsuit is actually from a Tunisian designer, Azzedine Alaïa’s runway collection, first exhibited by supermodel Naomi Campbell in 1991.

Extra shimmery latex Leopard print dress in snakeskin

Kim Kardashian has officially gone extreme with her wardrobe extending from leopard print to zebra print to even snake skin print. Earlier in Feb, 2019, she spent a night in NYC visiting Jimmy Fallon and enjoying dinner with friends in the 1983 vintage Mugler snakeskin dress.

In fact, this year, two major trends – neon and animal print are coming together with neon snakeskin is being showcased aplenty on runways. While leopard print was leading stories last year, snakeskin, cow hide, deer hide, crocodile print, cheetah print, tiger print, zebra print, all of them were there on the runways of Spring 2019.

It’s time to throw away your animal print apprehensions. Dare are to wear them and get close to the wild.
We have picked some perfect snakeskin effect pieces to add some sass to your drobe, for an  impressive evening look. Choosing a statement outfit was never easier!

Our take: leopard print for SS’20

Got plans and want to make a statement? Leopard print is your answer. The perfect way to stay on-trend with a luxury touch to your everyday look. We have got some luxe leopard print dresses, pants, coats and even shoes for you to add the wild stamp to your wardrobe. Smarten these pieces with a blazer, dress up with a bodysuit and heels for drinks or put it all together with a chunky knit and daytime chic Leopard print boots.

This print from 2018 that is bigger than ever before, taking over runways, streets and celeb insta feeds in 2020. Quick tip, chain print and animal print are having a moment together and arguably the hottest prints on the planet right now. Simply throw your leopard print shorts with a chain print shirt and heeled boots for an effortless look that's bang on trend.
Fun fact about leopard vs. cheetah print: when observed carefully, the cheetah print and leopard are quite different. While cheetahs have dark black, circular or oval spots on a yellowish-orange backdrop, leopard prints display a more complex print known as rosettes.This is a cluster like pattern formed of close black or brown spots, on a golden-brown coat.

We're definitely not complaining about the animal print trend right now, and well, it looks like it's going to last a lifetime.