Python fashion is available throughout the season, including bags and shoes.
The python effect, so popular in the 70s, returns to great with so many options to wear, both with day looks, and with sexy and cool evening outfits. It also comes on skirts and pants, more or less shiny: it seems to have just escaped from the jungle, to conquer the metropolis. The secret of its charm lies in the scales, which play down the most serious looks.
Try the patchwork variant: even more eccentric, never exceeding kitsch. The artfully designed collage is added to the natural design of the python fantasy. An example of this is the street style look with the elegant leather overcoat and exotic inserts. Here the provocation is subtle, all artistic-visual. It can almost be defined as ambiguous, like the figure of the python itself.
Too bold? Here’s how to wear the python pattern:
For those who are used to monochrome or patterns like stripes and polka dots, the python can be a gamble. But the risk is worth the result. At the total python look, the fashion trend of wearing only a garment or accessory is opposed, for example a pair of shoes or a bag.
Jungle bon ton: with monochrome tones of beige, brown or black, just show off a fashion item in this exotic print to avoid falling into the classic. Little touches, here and there, to be absolutely chic. Thus we rediscover the idea of the use of python, as the maximum expression of the status symbol of the beautiful world, of elegance.