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If You Have a Leopard Print Problem, You’re Going to Want All 21 of These Coats

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    Ever feel like your winter wardrobe is looking a little, well, drab? Filled with nothing but navy, grey and black? We hear you. We find that the easiest solution to this problem is leopard print. And specifically, the leopard-print coat. This has been largely overlooked until this season when, boom, it’s back again (hurrah!). A leopard coat instantly adds personality to your basics, making even the simplest outfit look exciting. This season’s leopard coats are less Pat Butcher (you can now scrap those connotations) and more Kate Moss in her heyday meets Alexa Chung meets Emmanuelle Alt. It’ll look just as good styled with leather trousers and a tee in the day as it will over an LBD at night.

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    The trick is in picking one that has just the right type of pattern in just the right type of shade. Naturally, we’ve done the hard work for you and rounded up the very best selection of leopard-print coats available to buy now. Personally, our favourite is a Monki puffa jacket, costing just £65. Bargain. Scroll through the gallery below to shop our favourite spotty coats now. 

    This lighter camel shade will see you through to spring.
    Wear as styled with a black roll neck and skinny jeans.
    We love this snow-leopard look.
    Wear casually with a hoodie for a super-sleek off-duty look.
    Immediately added to basket. Those pearls!
    For a quick and easy wardrobe update, Dorothy Perkins never disappoints.
    We love the block colour detailing on these sleeves. 
    A darker print will work wonders for anyone not quite ready to unleash their inner leo.
    Just add a cocktail dress and heels.
    The patent collar and bolder print make this an influencer’s dream.
    Stay warm and look chic. Win!
    Leopard print in green? Yes, please.
    A wardrobe classic.
    The cut on this coat is perfect for wearing over tailoring for a fashion-forward workwear look.
    Shearling + leopard print = major style points.
    The darker shade of this leopard is super sleek.
    This subtle print is perfect for a first-timer.
    We love how this looks when teamed with an all-black outfit.
    Kate Moss, eat your heart out.
    The ideal off-duty piece, perfect for wearing with jeans at the weekend.
    A classic, tailored coat that will go with anything and everything. Need inspiration for what to pair your leopard print with?  Why not check out our edit of winter outfit ideas, up next. Opening Image: Tine Andrea

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