Snake-inspired dressing from reptile prints to python necklaces slither into spring.
Hi, I'm Amanda. I hate snakes. And I love reptile prints.
There are few things this girl loves more than a sexily snaky print of the python variety. Whether bright colors or subtle monochromatic hues, reptile is here to stay.
It's an easy way to take any piece to a more sensual place because there's just something quite alluring about those evil legless beings.
More structured dresses like the Teri Jon we spotted over at Clothing Loft are how a Victoria Beckham does reptile. A pair of mile high heels in suede would be gorgeous year round with this dress and for spring we'd love to see some heels of the pastel variety to spice it up.
Little Town has a cute little top great for under jackets now and some cut off shorts later. Over at Vanessa V., a Viereck dress in snake print is on the sale rack begging for a pair of chunky wedges and funky statement necklace.
We also spotted a wicked little snake necklace at kiki for everyday. Layered with a bevy of necklaces both gold and silver gives this gem a rock and roll vibe. Or let it shine solo with a demure dress for an unexpected twist on your good girl look.
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