Mixing snakeskin is still big for spring

January 25th, 2012

Ok, so we’ve spent plenty of time lately talking about brights, neons and other assorted eye-assaulting colors that you might want to wear for spring. While Megs and I love and adore those kinds of bags, we realize that they may not be for every, either in a practical or an aesthetic sense. If you’d like something a tad more neutral but you still want to update your bag wardrobe for spring, you’re in luck – snakeskin is still the texture that everyone wants to have.

We’ve covered the all-snake look in the past, but for many women, a bag that mixes snakeskin and regular leather is a more demure option that allows a bag to be acceptable in a work environment where it might have otherwise been a bit too showy. Plus, mixing textures is also a big trend, so you’re getting a little bang for your buck here. (Your metaphorical buck, at least. Stuff’s still expensive.) And yes, we included one bright option. It’s almost spring, I couldn’t help it.


Fendi Chameleon Colorblock Tote, $5370 via Neiman Marcus


Yves Saint Laurent Cabas ChYc Python Tote, $2795 via Neiman Marcus


Jimmy Choo Jasmine Python and Leather Clutch, $1695 via Saks


Dolce & Gabbana Dolce Straw Handbag, $1875 via Neiman Marcus


Reed Krakoff Standard Mini Shoulder Bag, $690 via Net-a-Porter


Michael Kors Saddle Bag, $895 via Neiman Marcus

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