Here's How Korean Celebrities Wear Animal Prints Without Looking Tacky

You don’t have to be afraid of leopard or snake prints anymore!

By Debby Kwong 19 Jul, 2019 2:02 AMTags

Animal prints like leopard, snakeskin and zebra aren't going anywhere anytime soon, so hop on the trend and try these prints that you should treat as a neutral.

Whether your style is girly, punk, utilitarian or just sexy, there's definitely a look for you.

These Korean celebrities show you how it's done easily without looking too crazy or "look at me" in a bad way.

Here's how: They pull off this timeless trend by pairing animal prints with black and essential fashion items!

If you're in the mood to be seductive, show off some skin with a mini skirt and wear it with heeled boots, but retain that element of cool with an oversized blazer. For a more rebellious streak, wear an oversized cardigan with chunky combat boots like Jennie. And for some French flair, celebrities like to add a beret just for that je n'ais se quoi

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Han Ye-Seul

For a chic and polished look, Han Ye-Seul wore a snakeskin co-ord which consisted of a billowy coat and tailored pants, with PVC pumps and a Bulgari Serpenti bag.

Bag, $4,250, Bulgari


Kim Jae-Kyung

Kim Jae-Kyung wore a mini leopard print skirt with sexy thigh high boots with an oversized boxy blazer and black beret.

Skirt, $8, Boohoo



Proving to be the fashionista that she is, Jennie wore an oversized leopard print cardigan with a knit leopard print beanie with a gothic looking tiered dress and combat boots. 

Beret, $10, ASOS


Jessica Jung

Straying away from her classic blazer and jeans look, Jessica Jung wore a leopard print midi dress with a simple black jacket with a crossbody box bag and black Nike Flyknits.

Dress, $135, Bardot at Revolve


Tiffany Young

Blending sexy and utilitarian, Tiffany Young wore wide legged leopard print pants with an oversized cargo jacket with black leather boots.

Pants, $50, Topshop