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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Leopard top, leopard bottom. Actually #matching because it is a set.
I don’t know what this garment is, but I see leopard.
Yes, that is a leopard print jumpsuit you see.
Double leopard, expertly mixed. I actually kind of love it? Because classic, quality neutrals save everything.
Leopard print bow! With sparkles!
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.
Leopard print maxi dress blowing in the wind
Zebra and a talking zebra. And the rest of this black and white and striped outfit. Because fashion in Russia is all about #matching.
A little slithery snake print for you.
Yesss! Leopard-print jumpsuit!!!
I think this actually might be Peak Tiger.
Leopard blended with turquoise tie-die.
Some multicolor leopard print, with a matching backpack of course.
Leopard print maxi dresses were all the rage this summer.
Clearly several dozen cats on a shirt were not enough, so she added a kitten backpack. #matching #mustlovecats
Leopard print scarf-turban with a skirt that appears to be alligator-print? That’s certainly original.
Leopard print with sheer blue and some other crazy pattern I cannot decipher.
Leopard print and mint. It’s important to keep up with the trends (mint) while staying true to your leopard-loving self.
Ombre leopard print with a touch of fuchsia just for fun.
Leopard culottes with purple tie-die!
Blue flower-print top, leopard print capris. Of course.
Double leopard print! In color!
This leopard print dress is far too normal.
Leopard top AND red leopard skirt, with bonus zebra print skirt on a stylish granny.