We all know how print averse I am, but python seems as simple as leopard. For me leopard is a print neutral. Python is also huge this season and I purchased python print pants and I already have a python print blouse and skirt…so this week I’m featuring ways to wear python. After we reach a certain age (and if we add a couple of kids to the mix) we wonder if we’re getting too old for some trends. I don’t think python is one of them. It’s the pieces we buy that will dictate if it is age appropriate or not. If you can’t (really I think this is a don’t) wear python you could try accessories like shoes, handbags, belts or even jewelry. They will add texture to any outfit and make it a bit more interesting.
Today’s post I’m going to feature 3 easy looks – I’ve paired my python pants with 3 different tops just to show you how easy it is to mix and match with existing pieces. Dressing can be this easy some days.
Denim is coming in all different colours and patterns this fall, just like it did in the summer. Try a dark print or dark colour for an easier transition. It’ll be easier to mix and match pieces in your wardrobe if you are not too adventurous in your clothing choices. Plus darker patterns and colours hides problem areas better.
This is a basic cashmere sweater, so I can easily wear this into the winter months. Throw on a pair of boots and I am golden, and warm.
I’ve become a tucker, so this shirt quickly got tucked into my pants. I’m sure it would look just as great untucked…if not better. Sorry for matching the shoes to my belt, unintentional Tory love. Plus I was too lazy to re-take it by switching the belt out for something else. I’m only human, not Superwoman.