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Tuesday 18th December 2018

We’re obsessed with Helen Flanagan’s animal print blouse from Topshop

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Animal print has been a statement trend for years and it seems that this year, it's the most popular trend in the high street stores.

From the classic leopard print and cheetah print to zebra-print and even cow print, there has been a string of celebrities rocking the animal print trend – and we are living for it!

One famous face in particular, Coronation Street actress Helen Flanagan, seems to be very fond of the print.

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The actress has been sporting a Topshop cheetah print blouse in her recent Instagram posts.

The chic top features long sleeves, a deep v neckline with collars and black buttons down the centre.

It is available to buy online for just £32.

In one snap, Helen sports the blouse with denim jeans and a pair of black and white vans.

In another, the actress adds a pink quilted across-the-body bag to add a splash of colour to her outfit.

Although animal print can often be a statement piece, it’s extremely versatile.

Knowing how to wear animal print comes down to just one unwritten rule: Treat it like any black item in your wardrobe.

You can wear the blouse in both summer and winter and can work your outfit around the piece.

For example, adding a pair of denim shorts can be the perfect summer outfit for those hot days. Meanwhile, pairing the blouse with a pair of jeans and having the top peeking through a leather jacket will instantly make it the ideal winter look.

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And if you’re looking for a really bold outfit, you can mix and match prints. Yep, pairing a leopard print blouse like Helen’s with a zebra print handbag totally works.

You also don’t have to stick with classic colours and can try something a little more colourful, like a red leopard print or a pink instead.

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