I Didn't Know I Needed Leopard-Print Jeans Until This Week Happened

Kate Moss would be proud.

It seems that autumn/winter 2018 is destined to make us all feel like we're on some kind of never-ending chic safari. While we're all for the neutral colour palette that has dominated the look throughout the summer (if you haven't been wearing beige, camel and off-white, where have you been?), it's actually the animals that we're taking inspiration from. Snake, zebra and even cow prints have been taking the limelight of late, but it's the classic leopard that's gaining our interest once again.

Like trench coats and ankle boots, we've started to realise that leopard is just part of our A/W capsule each year. So what's different about it this time around? Although we have a lot of time for coats, jumpers and skirts (yes, we mean that Réalisation satin number), it's jeans that are getting the style set talking. Your denim collection is about to get a hell of a lot more exciting.

Style Notes: Create a retro vibe with clashing accessories and a statement slogan knit.
Style Notes: Head-to-toe tonal has got a lot of attention already this season. Take inspo from Adenorah on how to get it right.
We see these as more of "mom jeans" rather than an über skinnies, thanks to the high waist and baggier legs.
Kick-flares are ideal for showing off a killer pair of ankle boots. 
Soft grey will go with everything from a colour block knit to a white tee. 
The best-selling Joni jean has even had a leopard update. 
We're big fans of this retro pair that are not only super stylish but are comfy too.
These have to be kept rock 'n' roll, so team them with leather. 
A cream cable knit jumper and Western boots will bring these right into 2018.
Trust Paige to bring us the ultimate pair that'll suit everyone. 
If brown leopard isn't your thing…
The '70s called, and they want their jeans back. (Sorry, we're keeping them.)
if you're going to go for statement jeans, do it properly with detailed hems.
A crisp white shirt and suede courts will make this khaki pair work for the office.
Layer a shirtdress on top and leave the buttons at the bottom undone to flash your leopard trews.
You'll want to keep these for party season and beyond.
These will work wonders with fresh kicks.
Grey cashmere is calling out to be teamed with this baggy style.

Want more animal-print action? These are the best leopard-print skirts to add to your collection.

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