Animal print style searches have more than tripled thanks to ‘Tiger King’

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While the world takes the pledge to stay home and spend a majority of their time binge-watching shows, Netflix’s debut of its original true crime miniseries, “Tiger King,” has given a new meaning to the word viral.

“Thanks to the hit Netflix series Tiger King, a very different kind of royalty has got people searching. Tiger, leopard and zebra print searches have all more than tripled over the last month,” Lyst revealed in a newly published report.

The global fashion search platform analyzed fashion’s top ‘Stay At Home’ searches by the looking into the shopping behavior of more than a million consumers. Lyst dove into the searching, browsing and purchase patterns of users, also using Google and social media search data to inform findings. The company also explained that “as the rapid spread of coronavirus Covid-19 continues to affect our daily lives around the world, global fashion search platform Lyst is tracking its effect on our online fashion searches.”

The data also specified that “searches for ‘Kenzo Tiger’ have spiked 200% month-on-month, while Anine Bing’s Tiger sweatshirt is among the most popular products of the week.” The $169 sweatshirt is totally sold out on the Anine Bing website, however we hunted down a few sizes left on Revolve.

Accents of leopard and cheetah print, whether it be in your wardrobe or living room, has become a neutral hue in fashion over the decades. Animal print is a classic motif that stands the test of time. Season after season, we see it continue to dominate the runways and street style. From sweaters to throw pillows and accessories, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite printed styles below, so you can take a walk on the wild side a lá “Tiger King.”

Shop: Gibson Cozy Ribbed Cardigan, $29.50 (Orig. $59)

Shop: Leopard Print Bow Scrunchie, $7.99

Shop: BAGGU Reusable Totes (set of 3), $36.00

Shop: Matisse Cabana Slide Sandal, $22.46

Shop: Socialite Scoop Neck Tee, $15.00 (Orig. $25.00)

Shop: Anine Bing Tiger Sweatshirt, $169

Shop: J.Crew 7/8 High-Rise Leopard Leggings, $69.50

Shop: Madewell Animal Print Socks (2 pack), $9.99

Shop: Nordstrom Reversible Jacquard Throw Blanket, $79.00

Shop: Printed Velvet Leopard Throw Pillows (set of 2), $14.99

Shop: Rag & Bone Zebra Cotton Tee, $69.50 (Orig. $115)

Shop: Nine West Zebra Print Sweater, $24.99

Shop: Nourison Aloha Animal Print Indoor Outdoor Rug, $51.99 – $191.99

Shop: Kenzo Classic Tiger Tee, $135

Shop: Carbon38 Python High Rise Full-Length Legging, $98

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