During this Fall, we've seen how animal print has made a huge come-back. Cheetah print, has always been a must have in my assortment, but snake on the other hand wasn't. However, this season, I've grown to love it - not just because it's on trend but because of how versatile it is. My new found love is the new neutral!
Specially, this new take on snake print shoes! So for the last few days in NYC, I've worn the same pair of snake boots non-stop with every different outfit you can think of. Of course, some of you might suggest that snake doesn't go with everything but I dare to disagree.
For this first outfit, I matched my snake print boots from Zara, super comfy and cheap, btw, with a vintage military jumpsuit (one of my fave thrift store finds) I got at ViceVersa and a basic white tee underneath.
As you already may know, I love doing an all monochromatic look. I feel like when you don't know what to wear, going monochromatic is the easiest/safest option but still looks uber chic.
For this second outfit, there's quite a lot of textures and prints at risk, however, the colder tonalities in the boots and blouse found their way to play nicely with the silver from the skirt. Unconventional yet so feminine and appropriate for this transitional period.
I wore a floral blouse from Zara, available from this Fall season and an old mini metallic silver skirt from a few seasons ago, but still very contemporary, though.