There are a few classic prints that keep on coming back and python print is one of them. Lately we have been spotting this print everywhere from street styles to Met Gala. In 2019, Solange Knowles wore an all python show-stopping outfit which consisted of a form-fitting, masculine-cut bodysuit suit and boots. The total look was designed by the creative director of iconic fashion house Salvatore Feragamo, Paul Andrew.
Even though this print is gorgeous, iconic, and has been mastered by so many fashionistas, some ladies are still afraid to wear the print just like so many other animal prints, considering it might be too bold for them or will not suit them at all. This is where we would like to come in and present to you different style inspirations where the print when styled right can look chic, bold enough but not too much and stylish. These examples are proof to how versatile this print can be and how it can actually match anyone's wardrobe.
KIM KARDASHIAN WEST
Kim wears a total python print look from top to bottom. Even tough her pants and top are different tones, with simple sleek hair, black shades and off white bag it all comes perfectly together. The oversized fit gives the outfit also a bit more edge and of course comfort.
Hailey wearing an oversized leather blazer with a Python print trim, and it works perfectly over a little black dress.
The forever iconic style muse, Kate wears the Python print over a minimal black dress.
Bella adding the print to her out and about casual look.
Kylie out for dinner wearing a python print jacket and pants with a simple white crop top.
Josefine pairs python print pants with a simple white t-shirt.
Megan chose to style this python print combo with a nude bodysuit and minimal sandals.
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