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The most stylish women at fashion month have all agreed on this animal print

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We’ve seen leopard, tiger and zebra prints doing the rounds but snake print is taking the crown this fashion month.

Fashion month is still in full swing, and while we look to the runways for inspiration for Autumn/Winter 19, we’re also looking to the street stylers to inspire our outfits now. We’ve seen top-to-toe beige, and more shades of green than we can count on both hands – but it’s the prints that have caught our eye. 

We’ll admit it: our wardrobes are starting to look like a zoo. From leopard print to tiger and even cow hide, there’s so many animal prints adorning our hangers. But, according to the street style stars, fashion editors and stylists alike, it’s snake print that’s taking the limelight and slithering (sorry) firmly to the top of our animal inspired outfits. 

The likes of Off-White, Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini and Natasha Zinko have made a case for python print for SS19 by putting it on the catwalk in the form of everything from trousers and tops, to jackets. With these new season designer collections already available and the high street following suit, it’s no surprise the most stylish of women are already trying out the trend. 

From ankle boots and arm-candy that’ll uplift the simplest of outfits, to snake print co-ords, we’ve found where everyone has been shopping for their ssseriously (apologies, again) sassy outfits…

You’re welcome, in advance. 

1) The co-ord

Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini snakeskin-printed trench coat

Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini Snakeskin-printed trench coat

As the buying director for Mytheresa, naturally Tiffany Hsu will get the pick of the best bits from the new in section. Opting for all over snake may be a daring move, but @handinfire pulls it off by sticking to staple separates. 

Snakeskin-printed trench coat, £910, Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini at Mytheresa

Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini snakeskin-printed pants

PHILOSOPHY DI LORENZO SERAFINI Snakeskin-printed pants

High-waisted, baggy on the leg and tighter at the hem – it’s the flattering style we’ll be trying out for Spring/ Summer 19. We’re big fans of the suit, so wearing them with the matching coat of course gets a thumbs up.

Snakeskin-printed pants, £415, Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini at Mytheresa

2) The ankle boot

Ganni Western mix leather ankle boots

Ganni western mix leather ankle boots

Like Ganni’s sequin dress, the snake print boots are already an ‘it’ buy amongst the style set. Ticking off two trends in one, Western and snake, you can’t go wrong.

Western mix leather ankle boots, £370, Ganni at Farfetch

Topshop hurricane high ankle boots

Topshop hurricane high ankle boots

Topshop’s footwear section is a go-to all year round. This time we’re heading for their statement ankle boots that are guaranteed to lift any outfit. They also come in red, here, FYI. 

Hurricane high ankle boots, £89, Topshop

3) The trousers

Leonie Hanne wearing snake print trousers

Styling some of this season’s key trends together, Leonie Hanne makes us want to mix snake print with neon. 

We11done snake-print stretch-jersey flared pants

We11done snake-print stretch-jersey flared pants

These are the exact trousers @leoniehanne is wearing (above) and they look just as good with coats for now, as they will with white cotton blouses come spring. 

Snake-print stretch-jersey flared pants, £350, We11done at Net-a-Porter

Mango snake print trousers

Mango snake print trousers

If you want to be even more daring in the trouser department, then take it one step further with a colour-pop pair. These will look dreamy with a shirt and clashing snake print boots. 

Mango snake print trousers, £49.99, Mango

4) The jacket

Warehouse snake print jacket

Warehouse snake print jacket

You can find the jacket @hannahlewisstylist is wearing at Warehouse. While we love it styled with jeans and boots, it’ll look so cute with the matching midi skirt as a co-ord. 

Snake print jacket, £69, Warehouse

Stand Studio irit snake-effect leather jacket

Stand Studio Irit Snake-Effect Leather Jacket

Giving the classic leather jacket a statement snake update – this is the one to team with anything from A-line skirts and boots, to floaty floral dresses. Yes, we’re planning our spring outfits already. 

Irit snake-effect leather jacket, £648, Stand Studio at Modaoperandi

5) The bag

Linda Tol with snake print bag

Linda Tol livens up colour block separates with a snake print bag – perfection!

Atp Atelier red Montalcino snake embossed leather cross body bag

Atp Atelier Red Montalcino Snake Embossed Leather Cross Body Bag

Brightening up your arm-candy, this clashing hue cross-body gets all of our attention. Sleek, stylish and fashion editor approved. It gets our vote. 

Red Montalcino snake embossed leather cross body bag, £405, Atp Atelier at Browns

Rejina Pyo Rita snake-effect leather bucket bag

Rejina Pyo Rita snake-effect leather bucket bag

Rejina Pyo has become one of those cult brands you’re bound to spot all over your Insta feeds. Trust us, scroll through and you’ll now see multiple stylish women with this particular bucket bag in tow. 

Rita snake-effect leather bucket bag, £395, Rejina Pyo  at Net-a-Porter

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