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Gone Wild: How to Wear Animal Print

By Savannah, Buffalo Exchange HQ

Time to breathe in that pumpkin spice and cozy up in layers! This season, we’re amping up our usual soft knits and booties combo with funky prints. From tiger stripes to cheetah spots, animal print is the answer to having some fun with your cool-weather wardrobe. Not sure how to tie them into your ensemble? Look no further! We’ve come up with five simple ways to show off your wild side.

Buffalo Exchange How to Wear Animal Print Plaid Pants Blazer and Leopard BootiesThese Boots Are Made for Roaring

Who doesn’t love a good bootie? Try mixing an animal print boot with another cool-weather favorite like plaid or polka dots for a totally on-trend outfit. Too much? Wear them with jeans and a simple white tee for a classic, cool look.

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Mad About Plaid: One Trend Worn Three Ways

By Aarian Frye, Buffalo Exchange HQ

Hello all! For me, fall and winter are the best seasons of the year. They have the best holidays (Halloween and Thanksgiving!), basketball season starts up (Go Phoenix Suns!), it’s my birthday (November!) and the air cools down (you can walk outside here in Tucson without melting into a puddle)! To my last point, cooler weather brings so many new fashion options. I love to layer my clothing and there’s no better time to experiment with trends. This week, I paid a visit to Buffalo Exchange Tucson to search for plaid in its many forms: gingham, tartan and more! Read ahead to check out all the pieces I found and how I styled plaid three different ways.

Buffalo Exchange, HQ, Plaid, multicolored plaid jacket

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For my first look, I experimented with a punk rock vibe and mixed two distinct patterns at once: Madras and Glen plaid. Named for its origin city of Madras, India (now Chennai), Madras plaid is recognized by its widely variable color combos and checkboard pattern – and this denim jacket does not fall short of that description! I paired it with a more subtle gray Glen Plaid (hailing from Scotland) and a mustard-yellow velvet mock neck.

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