How to get Marcia Cross’ redhead leopard print style

20 May

I love leopard print and animal print in general – it’s my wardrobe staple because it’s always in fashion. My Spanish friend even calls me ‘leopardo’ because of my freckled arms!

Marcia Cross in Michael Kors leopard print dress

Bree from Desperate Housewives (aka Marcia Cross) shows how good redheads and ginger girls look in animal print. She looks so classy and demure in this Michael Kors twisted front leopard print dress, with high neckline and long arms. So here’s my pick of the best leopard print dresses for redheads, Marcia-style.

Leopard print dresses

This AX Paris leopard print dress, (£16.99) is gathered at the front like Marcia’s with a high neckline though it’s sleeveless and shorter making it perfect for wearing on a night out.

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This Mela leopard print dress from New Look (£25.00 ) offers another classy animal print and I like it! This would look awesome with bright coral or fuschia pink lips.

Another way to wear leopard print and look classy is this crossover leopard print dress from Miss Guided (£25.99). I can see myself wearing this for drinks – chic and sophisticated, yet short enough not to be flirty rather than frumpy.

Own The Runway Leopard Print Dress

And finally, a cute alternative if you don’t fancy a full on animal print is this from Peter Pan leopard print collar dress (Now £19.99) from Own the Runway – available in blue or nude, with a pretty leopard print collar.

Email or tweet me a pic of you wearing animal print! X

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