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“These snake boots are a bit too much, aren’t they?” No, they are not. Like all things, you must wear them wisely, and match them with “moderation”. Even the most kitschy accessory can be worn in a nice and fun way. And anyway, I fell in love with these boots. Yes, they are animalier (my blog is becoming monothematic) and I monitored them all winter until they were on sale. And I’ll tell you more: I had to take a larger number than mine, but at least I could put a soft insole that makes them very comfortable despite the heel. Top.
As I said, some garments are and must remain the protagonists. I decided, therefore, to combine the snake boots with a sober and minimalist sand-colored dress that echoes the tones of the boots. The dress acts as a white canvas on which to paint, and on which the boots stand out. I have only taken up the fantasy with this waist belt, and the hat to give that extra touch even to the “upper part” of the look. The earth-tone handbag completes the whole thing without “adding” anything else.
Et voila! A look made up of two items taken on sale from Zara (dress and boots, what a loot! But I showed you more about Instagram stories). What do you think? Do these boots still seem “too much”? Would you buy them or would you be afraid of never wearing them?
Boots: Zara [similar HERE and HERE (booties)] | Dress: Zara | Bag: See by Chloé | Hat: stolen from my dad | Belt: Primark