1 Trend, 3 Ways: Leopard Print Maternity Dresses

07/27/2011 at 10:00 AM ET

We’re seeing spots! From Jessica Alba (in Dolce&Gabbana on July 20) to Ali Landry (on July 23) and Melanie Brown (on July 14), celeb moms-to-be are taking a walk on the wild side in leopard print maxi dresses in every style.

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Unlike a plain or sporty striped version, floor-length animal-print dresses are super sexy. They’re also a great way to spice up your maternity wardrobe for day or evening events. Ready to shop? Check out our faves — for every budget — below.

Courtesy Mya Maternity

Splurge

Subtly show your spots in Mya Maternity‘s Burnout Leopard Maternity Dress ($260). The barely-there print makes it a fun, flirty twist on the LBD.

Courtesy ASOS

Affordable

Not a big fan of traditional leopard print? Try ASOS Maternity‘s Leopard Waisted Maxi Dress ($48). The oversize art-inspired pattern, flattering tie waist and roomy skirt are sure to win you over.

Courtesy New Look

Bargain Buy

There’s no need to spend big bucks. From the chic black trim to the body-hugging fit, New Look‘s Maternity Animal Maxi Dress ($20) gives you the look at a fraction of the price.

– Anya Leon

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ERICA2 on

Terrible…leopard print clothing is terrible and looks cheap on anyone..its just too much…I prefer dressing an outfit up with animal print accessories belts, shoes, purse so that the print is not overwhelming.

J on

Too much leopard! The black dress isn’t so bad but wow on all the print!

Anna on

These prints are tacky.

Shannon on

Animal print is best in small doses!

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