We all know that animal prints come and go, right? Right? It’s not every season that you see stores full of cheetah spots and zebra stripes.
Same’s true for shoes, of course. But if you’re dying to work an animal motif into your footwear without looking like a tiger impersonator, then you might try one of these.
They’re 380 GBP at Asos.com (yeah, that’s about $760), but they’ll put a sssssizzle in your ssssstep. (Sorry… couldn’t help myself.)
Don’t want to pony up or hobble down with these 5.5 inch wedges? Then snag your python print in the much more comfy Katella Tex slip-on sneaks from L.A.M.B.
Snake not your thing? Then how about going for the understated animal print look with these tortoiseshell Alexander McQueen stilettos.
They won’t be any friendlier on your wallet (they’re 340 GBP/$680), and at 5.5 inches high, they won’t do your bone structure any favors, either. But they sure are pretty, ain’t they?
Or skip the reptile thing altogether and go right to full-on amphibian with some fun and fishy footwear, which can be just as glam and glittery as anything snakeskin.
Take, for example, these $850 Zanotti’s.
Bet you never thought a fish skeleton could look so good.
And since fish gotta swim, what more perfect way to wear the scaly beasts than on a pair of rain boots like these fun koi-patterned ones from Chooka ($60 at Endless).