Insomniac Sale Picks: Leopard Print Blouses

*In this late-night feature – which will run Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of each week – I’ll gather up three fun items that are currently on sale online and share them with you! I would LOVE suggestions: Stylish wide-width pumps? Classic v-necked sweaters? Chandelier earrings? Petite dress slacks? What would you like to see featured?*

Jessica requested a few picks for leopard print blouses, so here we go:

Lucky Brand Jane Animal Print Blouse – was $99, now $39.99

As is the case for many leopard blouses on the market, this textured chiffon one is sheer. Layer a light cami underneath for minimal coverage, or a light or dark long-sleeved tee for more. Features long sleeves with a button tab roll-up feature, button flap chest pockets, and a shirttail hem. Available in sizes XS- XL.

rsvp Klara Blouse – was $75, now $51.99

This simple boatneck features an elasticized hem and shorter length, making it ideal for pairing with skirts. They’re a bit hard to see, but this blouse has small, matte silver studs scattered across the print. Which means it’s a hand-wash situation, but also a conversation-starting blouse! Available in sizes S – L.

Anne Klein Animal Print V-Neck Top – was $59, now $29.99

This faux-wrap top features a V-neckline, three-quarter length sleeves, and draped, pleated details at the left side of the bodice. It’s a more body-hugging silhouette than the other offerings in tonight’s post, but with the shallow V it should still work in most office environments. Available in sizes XS – XL (sold out in S). Also available in plus sizes.

Jones New York Sport Leopard Print Top – was $49, now $26.46

I’m throwing a couple of extra options on the fire tonight because what Jessica wanted was an opaque, button-front blouse … and I can hit one of those criteria at a time, but not both, it seems. This top is opaque and it has buttons … but it’s more of a henley style. Great for weekend wear, and dressing up a pair of dark-wash jeans. Available in sizes S – XL.

Velvet by Graham & Spencer Denna Petite Animal Print Shirt – was $196, now $77.97

And this one is a button-front and appears opaque … but isn’t quite leopard. The description says “petite animal print,” which seems to be describing the scale of the print itself as opposed to the sizing on the blouse. This option is 100% silk and features a Mandarin beaded collar for extra fanciness. Available in sizes XS- M.

Other not-currently-on-sale resources for leopard print blouses:

  1. Zappos – A variety of styles, many in petite and plus sizes.
  2. BooHoo – Prices are low, so quality may be, too … but there certainly are a lot of cute blouses.
  3. Oasap Limited – Some are just leopard accents, but there are a surprising number of all-over print offerings. This simple, collarless one is lovely.
  4. Amazon – 253 options at all price points, sizes, and styles.
  5. And, of course, THRIFT STORES! The top prints I see at my own thrift haunts are spots, stripes, and leopard. Definitely worth a look! (thethriftshopper.com can help you locate stores near you.)

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  • Holly

    I just got another Lucky one just like that Lucky shirt two weeks back. It’s silk too. It is not super sheer as the above one. I got it in-store, 50% off.

  • http://nakedsquid.tumblr.com Jess

    Oooh thank thank thank you!!

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  • http://www.highplainsthrifter.net Meghan

    I just thrifted a sheer oversized leopard blouse (originally from Old Navy, found at Salvation Army) and I love it! Thanks for rounding up more options for us leopard lovers. :-)

  • Anne

    Hey Sal! I have really high arches, which makes buying shoes tricky, because my feet require a lot of support, and it seems that most shoes these days just have flat insoles! Because I of where I live, I tend to do a lot of my shopping online, and it is often tricky to tell if a shoe is going to have the proper amount of support. I love knee high boots, and knowing that you rock a lot of them, I was wondering if you could give some suggestions for knee high leather boots with good arch support? Thanks!

    • http://www.alreadypretty.com Sal

      Absolutely, Anne! Also, have you checked out Barking Dog Shoes? Amazing resource for women with high arches, sensitive feet, and all sorts of other shoe-related concerns: http://www.barkingdogshoes.com/newshoe/

  • Shaye

    Love my thrifted leopard silk blouse!