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Fall’s Best Pants: Seeing Spots

Fall’s Best Pants

Wondering what to wear with fall’s must-have leather jackets? I say embrace your animal instincts with a pair of leopard-print pants. We’ve been obsessing over the trend on accessories, and it’s just as chic on slacks. Slouchy, fitted, Frugal…there are plenty of the options. A leopard may never change his spots, but you can – pick up a couple of pairs for the season by pouncing on the deals now!

Sea Leopard Drawstring Pants: Who says spots have to be black and tan? Cobalt is in this fall – take advantage of two trends at once with these silk lounge pants. On Shopbop for $345.

Lanvin Leopard-Print Pants:icon Lanvin gets abstract with their ultra-luxe take on the print. My cat-like reflexes are telling me to snatch these up now! At Bergdorf Goodman for $1,120.

3.1 Phillip Lim Sweatpants: Phillip Lim’s love of leopard-printed leather is no secret this season. If you long for something a little more casual, his cotton sweats are just as fiercely chic. On The Corner for $360.

Fall’s Best Pants

Obey Lola Sweatpant in Clay Leopard: Not all sweatpants are created equal. In fact, most are pretty blah. Give yours some exotic flair with a scattering of spots. On Karmaloop for $59.

Hue Leopard-Print Denim Leggings:icon Prepare for winter with this snow leopard style. They’re proof positive that you don’t need to spend hundreds to get hundreds of spots. At Nordstrom for $44.

Rebecca Taylor Leopard Pants:icon Figure-flattering, yet loose – what more could a Snob ask for? While they’re sold out in most sizes, they will be redelivered. Prepare by getting on the waitlist now! At Saks Fifth Avenue for $130 (from $325).

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