Animal prints are fun and exciting to wear, but the more high-contrast ones can feel a little scary. If you are worried that black and white zebra print will attract too much attention, you can always try something more subtle.
A Zebra print top in softer colors is all you need to tame a wild look.
This chic satin zebra print top is a beautiful cross between edgy and elegant. The low contrast color combo of beige-on-beige is a rich monochromatic look.
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I’ve paired this top-up with a sporty beige utility jacket, adding another tone-on-tone layer. As for pants, I’m wearing crop, straight-leg jeans belted. Then, I bookended the outfit with these cute beige mules to add some polish and balance things out.
A sleeveless top can leave you feeling bare, but I don’t want to wear long sleeves in summer. This top is a nice compromise. It’s been expertly designed to have a relaxed fit.
The shoulders flow over into loose dolman sleeves. V-necks like this are always flattering because they elongate your neck and make you look taller. A necklace to fill up the V would look good with this.
This beige zebra print top is a satin fabric that’s soft, shiny, and a bit more glamorous than a tee. You can do a half-tuck in the front and let it drape a bit over your waistline, or you can wear it tucked out. Both are nice.
Do you see how soft and relaxed a zebra print can be? Plus, the beige zebra print is not as jarring against light skin and hair if you are fair like me.
Here’s the natural /”Out of Africa” look, elevated understated colors, and silky fabric. If you want to walk elegantly on the wild side, check out this cute outfit below.