Cow print Trend: Farmyard chic
Moo-ve over leopard & snake print as there's a new animal print on the block, cow print. This trend has been around for sometimes but it's recently that this burgeoning trend is starting to make a mark in fashion world. This trend was showcased in Jeremy Scott Moschino AW14 collection in February and since then fashionistas can't get enough of it.
Black & white cow print is versatile and easy to wear for achieving a clean minimalism look. Cow print can be teamed with prints/patterns, bold colours or neon for a pop of colour. Cow prints come in form of accessories (shoes, bags, shades), trousers, shorts, tops/blouses, sweaters, dresses, skirts and jackets/coats.
How to style the cow print trend
Go for an all white or black outfit and add a cow print accessory to complete your look for a clean line look. Wear a cow print skirt with a bold colour top and black heels for a stylish look
Collarless cow print coat: Rita Ora wore a Marques'Almeida cow print coat from the brand spring-summer 2014 collection. She paired the cow print coat with black Balmain leather biker trousers, along black t-shit top, angular black sunglasses, two-tone blue handbag, a baseball hat and black boots for an effortlessly stylish farmyard chic look.
Cow print sweater: Last year Beyonce was spotted in a Pre-Fall 2013 Givenchy cow hair print sweater which she paired with red Kurt Geiger Britton pumps, Prada shades and black leather pants for a lunch date look.
Cow print rucksack (accessories): Rita Ora is a huge fan of cow prints as back in March she was spotted carrying a Moschino cow print backpack which she teamed with black leggings and a black and white t-shirt as she was running errands.
Cow print dress: Rita Ora wore a MoschinoAW14 cow print dress with a black and white jacket straight from the catwalk which she completed her look with a pair of white heel for a special invite-only gig for her fans to help launch her new single I Will Never Let You Down in London.
Rita Ora stepped out in cow print dungarees to Glastonbury which she paired with a pair of cat eye sunglasses, trademark red lipstick, red shoulder handbag, gold hoop earrings, white fringe cow boy style boots and a see-through waterproof mac in her hand for a sartorial look.
Let us know if you will be giving the cow print trend a chance this season.
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