Spring 2013 Trends: Animal-Print Dresses

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Spring 2013 Trends: Animal-Print Dresses

Feisty animal prints are making a powerful showing this season with tiger, leopard, and snakeskin all making an appearance. From slight to sweeping, here are some of our favorite animal-print dresses prowling around town this spring.


ASOS Shift Dress in Animal Print



Deep orange and indigo lend a hint of the tropical jungle to this breezy shift dress.


Warehouse Animal Print Fit & Flare Dress



We love the leather trim on the sleeves, neck, and waistline of this leopard-print dress. It's made of a rich, cotton jersey fabric that may turn it into the most comfortable thing you own.


Ark & Co. Animal-Print Maxi Dress



Slip on this leopard-print dress and suddenly your legs go on for miles. GIve your top half similar love with the deep v-neck and crossed back straps of this big-style, little-price maxi dress.


Collective Concepts Animal-Print Romper



Throw on this cheeky, purple animal-print romper and high-heeled sandals for a causal look with class. The faux snakeskin print is sure to make you the center of attention.


Religion Origin Animal-Printed Dress



For an abstract take on animal-print, try this soft, over-dyed jersey dress with an oversized tiger-stripe pattern and batwing sleeves. The vintage-wash finish and casual cut make it a street-savvy look perfect for pairing with ankle boots and a motorcycle jacket.


Liquorish Animal Print Split Side Kaftan



OK, so maybe you've never seen a blue animal, but the print on this flowing turquoise-and-indigo chiffon kaftan will make you wish you had. Subtle sequin detailing, short split sleeves, and a relaxed fit will make this lightweight number a summer staple.


Alice + Olivia Genevieve Animal-Print Dress



Alice + Olivia's stretch-silk dress hints is a sophisticated nod to the jungle-print rend. A loose yet slinky fit makes it the perfect choice for a romantic four-course dinner.


Roberto Cavalli Jersey Gown



If you want to go animal-style at your next black tie benefit or Oscars appearance—and money is no object—we love Roberto Cavalli's deep red-and-black jersey gown. Sweeping to the floor from a beaded neckline, this dress will stop all other strutting beasts in their tracks.