Last summer I visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City with my younger nephews. The older of the two being a long time reptile enthusiast, made sure to tell me “Pythons are non-venomous,” (as he heard me squeal). Well, this particular museum trip is very reminiscent of what’s in store for us in the coming seasons ahead….
During Spring/Summer 2011 Fashion Week designers made a strong statement in their shows with endless versions of Python skins. Roberto Cavalli is very well known for using bright colors and animal prints, so it comes to no surprise he has incorporated it into his latest collections exquisitely.
This exotic pattern has yet again swept us away. Everything from Dresses, blouses, skirts, jewelry and of course the infamous shoes and handbags. Get ready to have this trend slither it’s way into your attire. There are various ways to include this look in your your day to day, even if you just use it sporadically. If you are a classic dresser and are not sure about this pattern, my advise is start small. Whether it’s a wallet, a small handbag or just a thin belt, go ahead and give it a try. Otherwise you can mix it up with nudes, blacks, brownes, taupes or get a little more adventurous and blend it with some of the exciting bright colors that are available this season. Have fun with it & why not venture into the wild side! Here are some runway looks and accessories that may inspire your sassy new look.
|Altazurra, Cavalli, Cavalli – Spring Runway Show 2011
Exotic Python Accessories
|Hollywood & Snake Skins|