The One Pair Of Ankle Boots You Should Switch To Right Now--& They’re Not Black!

February 9, 2019 by Jessica Harrington
shefinds | Fashion

Take a look around at New York Fashion Week and one thing is very clear: our trusty black booties have been replaced by something a bit more exotic. The snake-effect boot trend is blowing up with every street style star and celebrity in sight sporting the fresh style. Once thought to be only for the fashion risk-takers, snakeskin is becoming our new go-to neutral!

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We first got a glimpse at this fashion trend on the Fall/Winter 2018 runways and had high hopes that the style would make its way into our closets in the upcoming months. Now with boot season in full swing, it’s hard to avoid the snakeskin boot trend.

Whether you’re more of a knee-high or ankle boot gal, kitten or block heel — you get the point — there’s a style for everyone out there. I think you’ll be surprised to find out just how wearable the snakeskin boot trend is.

Vagabond Shoemakers Lara Faux Snake Boot ($175)

Qupid Pointed Snake Western Ankle Boots ($51, down from $70)

New Look Block Heel Boot In Snake Print ($32)

Brother Vellies Palms Boots ($750)

Aldo Aurella ($100)

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Fashion & Beauty Editorial Assistant

Jessica is a former Editorial Assistant at SheFinds, where she covered everything from the latest fashion trends to new beauty launches. As a fashion-obsessed beauty junkie, she prides herself on hoarding far too many pairs of shoes (if that’s even a thing) and skincare products. Jessica’s work has also appeared in The Zoe Report, AhaLife, JoyfullyMe, and Her Campus Media. You can reach her at [email protected]

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