Harry Styles Meets Kate Middleton In Another Leopard Print Jacket — Is This His New Style Or Something?

LONDON, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 13: One Direction (L-R) Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson, Zayn Malik and Harry Styles attend The Royal Variety Performance at the London Palladium on November 13, 2014 in London, England. (Photo by Yui Mok - WPA Pool /Getty Images)
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In the most important news of the day, Kate Middleton finally met Harry. The other Harry, that is. (Really though, the only one that matters). One Direction met Will and Kate on Thursday in London, and while the Duchess of Cambridge looked elegant and regal in her black Diane von Furstenberg gown, Harry Styles wore a leopard print jacket. Obviously I'm going to need a second to compose myself.

Apparently Styles, after meeting the Duchess at the Royal Variety Performance, said to her, "Congratulations on the bump." Oh, Harry. Though the One Direction singer can obviously do no wrong and would look good wearing a trash bag, I couldn't help but notice leopard print seems like it's becoming his new style staple. I mean he wore that infamous leopard coat in the Steal My Girl video, sat front row at Fashion Week in a leopard Burberry shirt, and now rocked a shorter leopard jacket to meet the royals. So if this is the road we're going down here, Harry, then here's a few suggestions of ways to incorporate even more of the animal print into your wardrobe. 

But first, this:

THAT BEAUTIFUL HAIR THOUGH.

Leopard Print Boots

We all know Harry loves his boots, and these Asos ones are pretty badass.

YSL Bow Tie

The solid burgundy keeps it classic, but the print gives that edgy vibe Styles wears so well.

Leopard Tie

Imagine him in this tie on a red carpet. Done and done.

Saint Laurent Blazer

For those dressier events.

Leopard Necklace

Although his paper airplane necklace worked much better for those Taylor Swift lyrics.

Boxers

Obviously the only one actually worth buying.

Images: Getty Images; Saks; Macys; Asos; Ties.com; Farfetch; Bloomingdales


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