Totally understand I'm really late to the game here, but I've finally just succumbed to getting a pair of python boots. I really thought it was going to be a two-minute-trend, but having seen the spring summer collections for next year it looks set to stay… Yes, bright colours and all things fancy are in too (these much talked about L.K Bennett boots are amazing but I'd never wear them - I'm not cool enough!) but I'm sticking to the "leopard print of 2015" and going all snaky…
get the look: suede duster coat, here (on sale!) / snakeskin boots, here / boyfriend jeans. here / roll neck jumper here
I've bought a pair from ASOS (these) that I thought I could wear quite a bit. I'm picturing my new Urban Outfitters oversize boyfriend shirt here (or actually my boyfriend's shirt, this one is ace) with some skinny indigo jeans (if investing, go with Paige here, if not go with Topshop here - and don't worry, everyone goes a size up) and possibly my sleeveless blazer from Hobbs, here. Thoughts?
Heres my little edit of the best I've found: (if you have ad blocker on - tut tut - the links are below too)
Topshop Betty Boots, £36 / River Island Sand Ankle Boot, £45 / Isabel Marant Ankle Boots, £520 / ASOS Red Edwina Boot, £55 / KG by Kurt Geiger Red Boot, £160 / Gianvito Rossi Boots (the actual dream), £1000 /
For anyone still unsure, I'd really recommend buying these Betty boots from Topshop here. They're £36 and it was seeing friends in these that convinced me to invest a little bit more in the look. I'm going to be making more of an "effort" with my outfits next year, and am thinking boots like this will help me to liven up my look a bit… I'll let you know how I get on when mine arrive…
Lovely Lucy Williams! Get the look: snakeskin boots, here / felt culottes, here / denim jacket, here / sunglasses, here