Vogue is amused with the conception of designers offering “options for the hunter and the hunted”, which means that on one hand you can choose animal prints and be a game and on the other one you can turn to a hunter and go for a classic khaki and beige.
For women who don’t feel confident with fierce animal prints, designers prepared a more balanced option. Alberta Ferretti and Tory Burch offer some safari looks with an urban edge where khaki and beige are the dominating colours.
There is some good news for compromise lovers – you can mix these two trends with each other just like Roberto Cavalli does. His suggestion is a plain baggy blouse combined with a pair of animal print patch trousers. My idea is to accessorize a khaki shirt dress with a leopard print bag.