During the cold weather months, my casual outfits entail either knee-high boots or leopard flats. I purchased these Sigerson Morrison flats last year and I love them, but I thought these Madden shoes were a unique alternative to the basic ballet flat.
If you want a basic pointed-toe flat to wear with pants, this BP Moveover flat is the best thing you’ll find under-$100. Prefer round toe? Zara has a leopard-print ballerina flat that is surprisingly well-made for $29. Looking for a loafer style? These Vince Camuto Edmonton slips have a rich color to them.
Lastly, if you’d like to find a leopard shoe that is exceptionally unique, these Chico’s flats have a leopard print made from silver and grey sequins. However, if you just want a bit of gleam, the gold toe-cap on these Michael Kors flats is also a good way to add something extra to your animal print shoes.
If you haven’t tried leopard yet, I encourage you to do so. I never thought I would embrace the leopard trend when my Mother jumped on the bandwagon a few years ago, but I am an unabashed fan. When worn as an accent, a little leopard really lifts neutral pieces and provides a bold contrast to color.