How to Incorporate Snakeskin Into Your Wardrobe

how to wear snakeskin booties
Everlane sweater, Citizens of Humanity jeans, Everlane booties

Snakeskin is a loud and proud print.  With animal prints all the rage over the last couple seasons, I feel like snakeskin is finally shining in a big way this fall.  It can be rather intimidating to incorporate it into your wardrobe, but I promise, you’ll love the pop that it adds to an outfit.  My advice?  Start slow; a little bit goes a long way.  No need to overhaul your life covered in snakeskin.  Rather, add a sprinkling here and there and I guarantee you won’t tire of it.  This Everlane pair is holy grail (HG) status to me.  Why?  Because it’s my old favorite silhouette: the Boss boot (see it here).  It has a small heel, pointed toe and gives me Acne-vibes for a fraction of the price.  This bootie looks amazing with both jeans and dresses alike.  I’ve had my suede pair for two years now and I still love them.

PS While footwear is a fun and easy way to try out the trend, don’t forget clothing!  I absolutely love my Zara snakeskin midi skirt from last year (seen here) and the $5 H&M patterned tee from spring (seen here)

Get the snakeskin look:

Marc Fisher ($188) 

Splendid ($178)

Sam Edelman ($180) 

Urban Outfitters ($89) 

Mango ($79) 

& Other Stories ($179)

how to wear snakeskin booties

SHOP THIS POST


10 comments

  1. I cannot wait to bust out my snake print booties! Still too warm but I’ll take it while I can get it. How are you feeling about white booties this year? Hoping they are still on trend.

  2. The boots are great and all, but that sweater is a fantastic color on you! But EVERYTHING looks good on you. Love all your posts. Wish I had those legs to pull off all your fabulous looks.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

You may use these HTML tags and attributes:

<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>