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Fashionista NOW: Celebrating Lunar New Year In Snake Prints

Wearing snake prints to celebrate the Year of the Snake in style? How apt is that, right? For those who are excited to don a snake-themed wardrobe this Chinese New Year, this one’s for you. Ophidiophobes beware, this post may be detrimental for your mental health.

The snake year according to the Chinese Lunar calendar begins on the 10th of February this year. For those with mysterious serpentine-y spirits, wearing snake prints should be easy enough. It’d be like an extension of your self, only that you’re no cobra.

The thing with snake prints that just don’t quite jive in with me is that they can appear outright disturbing, especially the ones that completely emulate the scales of a real python.

No one wants to be caught screaming at the sight of a faux snake skin clutch carried by a trendy friend and then have to apologize profusely for mistaking an expensive style item as a cold-blooded slithering creature out to get you. But, hey that’s me.

For those looking for a subtle way to incorporate snake prints without looking too full-on King Cobra and get banned from entering your grandparents’ home on the auspicious Chinese New Year, please have scroll down below to quickly grab some style points by these sssssstylish lookbookers.

high low dress by Forever 21

snake print skirt by Mango

snake print shorts

snake print jeans

snake print leggings

snake skin wedges by So Fab

snake print shoes by Sam Edelman

Will you be sporting the snake print trend this Chinese New Year? Are you cray cray about serpentine prints or is this trend a bust from the get-go? Share below.

Xin nian kuai le! (shin nee-ahn kwai la) — Happy New Year (in Mandarin Chinese)

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