The low temperatures are getting low. It’s time to get cozy with fleece, shearling, heavy knits, and other warming influences, all with beautiful animal print clothing for your wild side. In addition to the nine comfy options below, perhaps you mix yourself a magnificent Cherry Tart Negroni to share with a loved one.
Crafted of silky haircalf printed with a bold leopard pattern. Inspired by archival 1960s designs of Bonnie Cashin, Coach’s first lead designer, this boot supports a wardrobe’s worth of outfits. Note the sleek pointed-toe and sculpted heel. The padded footbed allows for all-day comfort with a side zip closure.
The easy-going Driver shape takes on some heat and light thanks to its leopard pattern. This shoe can take you to work with a blazer, or to Sunday’s big game with a puffer coat. Inspired by the 1960s designs of the legendary Bonnie Cashin, Coach’s first lead designer.
A chic layering piece that dresses up with evening slacks or dresses down with daytime jeans. Everyone needs one of these!
A glowing yellow ground brings fresh, unexpected energy to this lovely printed cashmere sweater. So does its round neck and arcing waist.
Tap into your wild side with this show-stopping faux fur coat. Its bold tiger print is sculpted into its faux fur. Its knee length, shawl collar, full lining, and hidden hook-and-eye closures will keep you wrapped in warmth. Your confident style will be the envy of all.
This stretch fabric ankle boot will hug your feet like a python. Only to make you comfortable, of course! Or perhaps to embolden your rock-goddess tendencies.
Put his inner rock star on center stage. Dare to wear a devilishly patterned brushed cotton blend sweater. It’s youthfully cropped, and exuberantly appealing.
A sweatshirt with full camo appeal. Or is that a giraffe pattern for the 21st century? Either way, this is an easy, casual way to get into the animal skin trend.
This cool unisex twist on camo has a little wildness in it. Perfect for cold days. Durable (and stretchable) made with 100% acrylic.
Story by Carole Valle
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