Leopard print has long been a staple in many British girls’ wardrobes, but suddenly all the animal prints have been unleashed. Fashion types have been saying since 2016 that zebra print is the new leopard print, but it’s only two years later that this trend has really gained momentum and the statement could actually be the case. Halpern gave zebra a disco makeover for A/W 18, with silver sequin zebra-stripe flares and miniskirts. Zebra print comes in all forms this season, however, so if you aren’t quite ready to wear a zebra sequin flared jumpsuit, don’t rule out this trend altogether.

This blue dress is a more subtle spin on a classic zebra print. 
Because jumpers don’t have to be boring. 
Zebra is one of the key prints for Ganni this upcoming season. 
ASOS’s zebra keeps selling out. 
One of the leaders of the zebra trend. 
This pinafore dress has been a cult shape for Topshop this season. 
These Manolos = the dream. 
This cosy jumper proves that not all zebra prints are loud. 
So ’80s. 
Add a subtle touch of zebra to any outfit. 
Pair with ankle boots and a black roll-neck in September.
This Ganni midi is bound to be a hit with the Insta crowd.
Under £30? Yes please.

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