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How To Style The Snakeskin Print According To SA Style Stars

How To Style The Snakeskin Print According To SA Style Stars

The snakeskin print which returned with a vengeance last year is surprisingly still picking up momentum in a major way. If you didn’t know, the snakeskin print is a fully blown throwback from the ’80s and it has become a favourite for many South African style stars.

From wearing the print as a full outfit to just accessorising with it, there are so many ways to incorporate the snakeskin print into your look. And what better way to get started on the right foot than to turn to celebrities and influencers who do it best.

As such we bring you ways you can add this statement print into your wardrobe as inspired by top SA fashionistas. This list is in no way exhaustive but serves as a great starting point.

Here’s how some of our favourite South African fashionistas style the snakeskin print…

Two-piece kimono

Sarah Langa Mackay

Kimono sets are always so much fun really. You can wear them together or as separates. Either way, when styled correctly you can achieve ultimate glam.


As a mini-skirt suit

Thandolwethu Tsekiso

A case of when the ’80s meet the ’80s! If you are trying to find a cool way to join in the trend, there’s no better option than this combination.

Matching accessories

Siyanda Dzenga

Finishing your look with a cute snakeskin print bag and matching shoes is one of our ultimate favourite combinations. It is subtle yet has a way of upgrading your look with the necessary touch of elegance.


Maxi dress

Kamo M

Depending on where you’re headed, a maxi dress allows for freedom of movement. This makes it the right choice for spots like the beach.

Nothing much, just a micro skirt

Temabhe L’amahle Gwebu

If you are not into skirt suits, the micro mini skirt by itself is a fun way to embrace the trend. It offers a playful approach to the trend and you can balance it out by wearing a long-sleeve top for an air of sophistication.


The bodysuit

Mihlali Ndamase

Maybe the two-piece set seems a little too much or you just can’t deal with a mini skirt, then a bodysuit will keep your look sleek and chic if styled properly.

Monochrome

Tshepi Vundla

If you’re going to make a statement, why not do so in just one print? After all, no one ever gets tired of a superb monochrome look!


A statement bag

@blaccspot__

If you are not up for combining accessories or prints, just throw on the snakeskin print bag and voila! You are all set to stylishly conquer the day.

Mismatched print

Simply Palesa

Remember we talked about endless possibilities; this look drives the point home. Just look at how glamorous this pleated skirt and mismatched shoe ensemble is.

Photo credit: IG | As captioned 


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