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After recently doing some regular blue jean reviews, I definitely needed this type of printed pants in my life! I am not saying I don’t like the regular jeans (I actually wear them the most), but it’s always fun to try new styles. OMG!!! You can totally rock these Current/Elliott Leopard Print Skinny Jeans from day to night. Aren’t they the most amazing looking pants on earth? I think they really are.

Honestly, I have never worn leopard print pants. My idea of leopard print looks best only if it used as an accessory. Boy was I wrong! I now have learned never be prejudiced when it comes to fashionistic stuff (I should have known this way before I started blogging… oh well). Obviously, as in this case, if you have a great looking pair of pants, nothing will be disturbing to the eyes.

Some of us are concerned about being too flashy wearing leopard pants during the day (like myself), don’t worry!! These are not too loud and screaming from a mile away to get attention – because they are faded. As you can see from the pictures, they definitely have a somewhat casual look.

I should also mention how soft the material is. I have been a fan of Current/Elliot jeans for quite a while now (actually since they have been on the market), and he has never disappointed me. They sure are not your everyday-pajama-type-leggings; but definitely way better than stiff jeans out there.

I’m sure some of you wonder how they fit as well. I think they run true to size. I wore my regular size. If you want them really really tight, you can even go one size down (maybe?), but I’d rather have some room to have a relaxing feel.

Overall they are totally my latest favorite pants of 2011!! Go try on a pair to see if you like them as much as I do.

The Current/Elliott Leopard Print Skinny Jeans reviewed here are available from Madison Los Angeles.

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