FWst presents The cursed Print

   It seems the unseen table of style curators still have their tents pitched up in the jungle , after leopard print took over the world it seems like the snake print’s hiss has started to gather volume . Everybody loves prints, but the snake and the leopard print have been doing back and forth like they were pacing nervously in front of the principal’s room. After the  leopard print craze   the belly crawler has been popping up everywhere from shoes to man bags. The snake print with no helping hand from its creepy origin is just beautiful, period. I really hate it when I have to admit that something is trending, that’s because then I feel like its follow road where everybody gets caught up and individuality loses its umbrella. I know one unique print can’t be made for everyone but unique style can identify with its own and so I’m going to give the snake print a pass . I love it because its not a bold print but still takes a little effort to stand. The unique thing about the snake print is that even in bright colors like the Gucci python pumps it still has an ability to exude class and make what I call a loud matured statement.  Most often the snake print is found in more earth tones and so it works well with almost anything apart from other prints, whatever you do don’t clash them with other prints. Like everything in life overdoing the snake print is not advised at all, and that’s an ALL pronounced with an extremely oval shaped lip action. Its not surprising that the female section is stacking up these prints due to its attention seeking pattern and its  ability to hide figure flaws .I haven’t fallen out of love with leopard print but I’m bored , if you find yourself in the same class with me kindly raise your hand protest, snake print please!

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