So, the last time I illustrated the Russians’ love of leopard-print clothing, this blog doubled its daily site views record — and that new benchmark hasn’t been breached since. Should we make a valiant attempt to set a new one? I even threw in some other animal prints, to mix it up a bit! This post has not one but TWO leopard-print jumpsuits; mixed animals in one outfit AND one garment; matching leopard top and bottom; two kitten motifs in one outfit, zebra-print top accessorized with striped bag with an actual zebra picture; leopard mixed with bright colors and other prints in the same garment; bedazzled leopard; leopard culottes, skirts, pants, tops, dresses and accessories; head-to-toe tiger print; leopard garments mixed with garments in other, clashing prints; and several people sporting animal prints, including leopard, in a single shot. Have we reached Peak Leopard? Not in Russia.
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Zebra and a talking zebra. And the rest of this black and white and striped outfit. Because fashion in Russia is all about #matching.
I don’t know what this garment is, but I see leopard.
Leopard print bow! With sparkles!
Leopard print scarf-turban with a skirt that appears to be alligator-print? That’s certainly original.
Leopard blended with turquoise tie-die.
Leopard top, leopard bottom. Actually #matching because it is a set.
Leopard print maxi dresses were all the rage this summer.
Blue flower-print top, leopard print capris. Of course.
There are FOUR animal prints here: Tan zebra with leopard on the left, and different leopard (ocelot?) with PEACOCK FEATHERS on the right. I love it on principle.
Double leopard, expertly mixed. I actually kind of love it? Because classic, quality neutrals save everything.
Yesss! Leopard-print jumpsuit!!!
Leopard culottes with purple tie-die!
Leopard top AND red leopard skirt, with bonus zebra print skirt on a stylish granny.
Leopard print with sheer blue and some other crazy pattern I cannot decipher.
Leopard print maxi dress blowing in the wind
Leopard print and mint. It’s important to keep up with the trends (mint) while staying true to your leopard-loving self.
Yes, that is a leopard print jumpsuit you see.
I think this actually might be Peak Tiger.
Ombre leopard print with a touch of fuchsia just for fun.
This leopard print dress is far too normal.
Some multicolor leopard print, with a matching backpack of course.
A little slithery snake print for you.
Double leopard print! In color!
Clearly several dozen cats on a shirt were not enough, so she added a kitten backpack. #matching #mustlovecats