Some corners of the Internet suggest the Leopard Print Midi skirt’s appeal is because the skirt is subversive, a symbol of our corporal outrage at the current state of the world.
The caption began with a leopard emoji (obviously) and read: “Introducing the Naomi: The easy '90s style slip skirt… that has a wild side. ” The response was appropriately ferocious.
Girls demanded more leopard-print midi skirts in the comments and they took to the streets to march to brunch, wearing a T-shirt and sneakers, when they finally managed to get their hands on one.
Some people don’t believe in love at first sight, but those people have probably never seen a leopard-print midi skirt.
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Last week an observational tweet about the popularity of the item set the Internet on fire with a handful of hot takes. Twitter was divided.
Speaking of which, the skirt style even has its own IG account—@leopardmidiskirt—which started a week ago and already has racked up 92 posts.
Everyone's talking about That Skirt for a reason 🐆 https://t.co/nxxNsDoaNo— Glamour (@glamourmag) June 6, 2019