Zoocore is all about zebra print

Hello, it’s me Bad to the Blonde. Zoocore is all about animal print but one stripe is stealing the show for seasons to come. Remember zebra gum? Styling the biggest trend for summer 2022 is easy when it comes in every color.

Pop it on like a pro

The trend forecast shows no signs of zebra slowing down. But if bold isn’t you’re thing, black and white isn’t the only color combo. Neutral shades has given the graphic a new look. A monochromatic outfit can even handle this print in the mix. It’s edgy enough to wear anywhere and with anything. Cruelty-free clothing is always in style. This stripe is a safe buy for seasons to come.

Advice to adding zebra

Here are the ABCs of shopping for the silhouette. The aesthetic has something for any age. Sleek stripes are available from top to bottom, and bikini…but take baby steps. It’s hard not to go crazy and create a zoo in your closet! The cutout trend may influence your decision to possibly pass on the dress. Nothing is more versatile than a trend with some serious dimension. Still love leopard print? The look of luxury doesn’t have to come with a price. Pick just two trends to wear together. Lions, tigers and turn heads or play it safe in this stripe than scroll down for style advice.

Sporty stripes in street style

Millennium style is all about the midriff. With the crop top not for coverage, the Y2K trend can be worn conservative. Style with Bermuda length or mid thigh shorts and strappy sandals still shows a little skin. And a sporty way to incorporate the 80s is to influence the look with the right accessories. Bright colors like pink gives any outfit a playful pop. So by simply adding a belt bag to fit the aesthetic is sporty and super cool. Pretty much anything pairs with the print so go wild.

Bardo photo credit out of Minneapolis

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