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Women’s Shoe Trend Alert: Animal Prints

Each year, thousands of animal print shoe trends line the shoe store shelves. Women get used to seeing these styles, but the animal print trend has recently exploded in the fashion world like never before. The resurgence of animal fever has especially complemented the popular military clothing trends, such as fatigues, military jackets, and camo pants. All of these military clothing trends set a versatile color palette with olive greens, cool browns, and neutral beiges, making them ideal for wearing with animal print shoes

Shoe styles with zebra, cheetah, and tiger prints galore make an outfit soaked in neutral colours pop, giving the ensemble the perfect amount of edgy flair. In recent years, animal print shoe trends were commonly seen in the summer months, with desert-infused fashions like boiler suit-inspired jumpers and khaki trousers. Now, they are very popular for the fall and winter months as well, since they can be paired with the neutral tones of the seasons.

If you want to take a walk on the wild side and add some punch to your daily look, sport an animal print heel or flat with your next outfit. To add a really funky edge to your casual attire, try a leopard print boot, like the Django & Juliette Sadore. When worn with jeans or leggings, it instantly adds a little rock and roll to your step. Don’t get caught in the stampede! Check out the animal print shoe trends now and snag a few styles for your wardrobe before all of the good stuff is gone.

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