SNAKE CHARMER

Updated on Jul 08, 2014
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EnricaScielzo 's Thoughts:

I love garments with asymmetrical hemlines, especially those with a little train behind: they're flattering on many people, because they "break" the figure obliquely, slendering it. They are perfect both for petites and for those who have beautiful long legs and want to show them, as the tail creates a kind of "frame" which makes them the focal point of the look. In addition, asymmetrical hems are very popular, so I wanted to show you a beautiful tailed-top by Stefania Silvestri - a young designer from Salerno that I love not only for the lines, the colors and fabrics of her clothes, but also for her exquisite taste. I had already worn a similar top from her when I worked as a fashion correspondent at Giffoni Film Festival, and as I saw this limited edition silk version with snake print it was just love at first sight!

Although it has been proposed for spring/summer 2014 from designers such as Salvatore Ferragamo, Trussardi, Roberto Cavalli, you don't see a lot of snake prints around, and I think it is due to the fact that many have fear of it and might find it a little "trashy"; in this look, however, I wanted to show you how it can be very chic and elegant, taking it in small doses and cleverly calibrating the accessories.

When it comes to python pattern, I like to wear it ton sur ton, in impalpable materials such as silk or chiffon so that the print stays almost transparent an less "heavy." I've styled it with raffia clutch and bangle by Antonello Serio because they stay in the same colour palette of the shirt, and they're simple and discreet not to overpower the whole look; in addition, raffia is one of the smartest materials for summer, because it is quite resistant and will not be ruined by the sun or saltiness.

Read more and see all the photos on my blog The Ladyboy: www.enriescielzo.com 

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