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At this point, a snakeskin print is treated as a neutral by designers. You find it on dresses, boots, and pants. You see it on the runway and in street style. But outside of this high-fashion context, it can be an intimidating trend to approach: It’s not exactly subtle—and once you incorporate a snakeskin print into your outfit, it can take up all the attention. So, we found seven perfect fall outfits from Fashion Week that make it easy. Check ’em out—and copy them—ahead.
You’re already wearing turtlenecks. Switch up the routine by swapping a plain black one for an all-over snake print version. It’ll look just as chic with your high-waisted trousers.
If you really don’t want to overthink it, the solution lies in two easy words: matching set. Break up the snakeskin by wearing a black top underneath the coordinated jacket and mini skirt or trouser.
You can double up on the print in other non-pre-determined ways, too. Don’t be afraid to pair snakeskin apparel with snakeskin accessories, even if the pattern isn’t a perfect match.
A statement snakeskin panel brings a new point of interest to classic silhouettes like a wrap dress or jacket. Plus, you don’t really need to overdo it on the add-ons.
If you have a fall suit you love, swap one half of it—either the blazer or the trouser—for a snake print version, bringing some edge to a super polished outfit.
Yes, snakeskin prints can be worn to work. Layer a collared blouse underneath more subtle, monochromatic layers—like a long navy blazer and cream knee-length shorts—so that the patterns peek out from underneath, for a subtle statement.
When it comes to snakeskin prints, you can’t be afraid of standing out. The textured design draws the eye, whether it’s all over the fabric or simply an accent or print. So why not go all out with a matching duster jacket and trousers?