These Are The High Street Leopard-Print Jeans I’m Adding To My Wardrobe Immediately

An easy way to dial up the drama!

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by Natalie Hammond |
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I'd like to say that years of attending fashion shows makes you less insecure about what you're wearing but, sadly, that isn't the case in my experience. As well as seeing posts about people's 'outfit prep' and being reminded about the one decent shirt at the bottom of your laundry basket, you've also got to think about the phalanx of street-style photographers. I'm a big fan of sticking to what you know but dialling up the drama ever-so-slightly. So this season, I'm banking on a pair of leopard-print jeans.

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Natalie wearing the leopard-print jeans from Baum Und Pferdgarten

Leopard print is so ubiquitous that it's become something of a neutral, which means you can think of these as normal jeans with a bit of added flavour. As they are a statement by themselves, I often pair leopard-print jeans with simpler pieces, such as a long-sleeved cream top (pictured above) while keeping things snazzy with a snake-print bag and red scarf. It's all about balance, after all.

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Baum Und Pferdgarten's leopard-print jeans

The leopard-print jeans I'm currently obsessing over are from Copenhagen's Baum Und Pferdgarten, which is famous for its playful prints, knits and silhouettes. But, as they're currently sold out everywhere other great options include the viral Damson Madder Leopard Cargo Jeans, £100 as well as more high-street options from Boden, Albaray and AllSaints. Ganni's famous barrel-legged jeans also come in slightly faded leopard spots if you're into that style.

Come rain or shine, I'm going to be wearing my leopard-print jeans on repeat with a mixture of cable-knit jumpers or tees, cowboy boots or sandals, oversized coats or denim jackets.

Shop the best leopard-print jeans below.

SHOP: The Best Leopard-Print Jeans

Natalie Hammond is Grazia’s Senior Fashion News Editor. She loves winter, hates summer and can often be found writing about the weather (and what on earth to wear).

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