Seattle, WA
Fall Fashion

Snakeskin Print Boots + Rib-Knit Turtleneck Sweater

Good morning and Happy Wednesday to you beautiful dolls. I am having a wonderful Wednesday. We have gorgeous weather here in Seattle, the sun is shinning bright all day with clear blue skies. 

So after my thousandth time pinning these snakeskin prints boots, I finally gave in Saturday evening and bought them at Nordstrom. 

I am sure you ladies have been seeing these snakeskin boots everywhere you go.

 They are definitely worth the hype. For some time now I have been eyeing these beauties. 

Each time I started to order them online I got distracted with something at the boutique. So finally on Saturday my personal trainer Adaeze and I went to get our nails done. After getting our nails done she asked me if I wanted to help her find some comfortable but yet stylish jeans for work. Of course I said yes. Any excuse to go the the mall, especially Nordstrom I am totally down. Unfortunately, we didn’t find the jeans she was looking for. 

However, we did locate these Steve Madden snakeskin print boots. And of course without any hesitation I went ahead and tried them on. 

They fit like a glove, they were more than I imagined in person. I was so excited to try them that I FaceTimed my husband to see how sexy they looked on me. I quickly bought them before I ended up buying every color. Yes, I am that girl that will buy every color if I am in love with it. Before leaving the store I already created like five different looks in my head. I do this by recycling within the pieces I have in my closet. 

Sunday, I rocked my snakeskin print boots for the first time. I was receiving compliments from strangers left and right. 

My inner Beyoncé even came out. I was unstoppable throughout the day. Nobody could tell me anything or dim this dame. I then paired them with my rib-knit turtleneck sweater. I chose to go up two sizes because I wanted it to fit like a oversized sweater dress. These are the perks of being a short girl. You can easily make a sweater into a dress. The day was very chilly on Sunday and I brought out my moss green knee-length coat and Dionysus GG Supreme mini bag. Completed my look with a pop of red lipstick. In addition I will share a few boots that I have my eyes on for this Fall and Winter Season. Most importantly I cannot forget my hubby. I styled him in his last years line of H&M burgundy skinny-fit suit pants and blazer. To highlight my dress I included a white rib-knit turtleneck sweater, Grey Goorin Bros hat and white Vans. We definitely slayed the streets of Seattle on Sunday. Mikey and I are all about looking expensive but yet on a budget. I think we achieved it. See you on the next blog post.

Shop Our Outfits:

Rib-knit Turtleneck Sweater: Here

Moss Green Knee-length Coat: Here

Dionysus GG Supreme mini bag: Here

Rib-knit Turtleneck Sweater: Here

Burgundy Skinny Fit Suit Pants: Here

Burgundy Skinny Fit Blazer: Here

Burgundy Wool-blend Coat: Here

Fri’s 2019 Must Have Fall & Winter Boots

Risy Knee High Boots (Vince Camuto): Here 

Hai Knee High Boots (Sam Edelman): Here

Isha Genuine Shearling Hiking Boots (Marc Fisher LTD): Here

Yeti Studded Hiking Boots With Faux Fur Trim (Christian Louboutin): Here

Jadon’ Boots (Dr. Martens): Here

Raakel Knee High Boots (Sam Edelman): Here

Rockoko Logo Sock Knee High Boots (FENDI): Here

Domain Thigh High Boots (Steve Madden): Here

Legion’ High Heel Boot (Jeffrey Campbell): Here

Triumph Knee High Boots (Steve Madden): Here

Lindsey Pointed Toe Knee High Boot (Sam Edelman): Here

Winnie Harlow x Steve Madden Over The Knee Boots: Here

Godard Colorblock Buckle Boot (Jeffrey Campbell): Here

Platform Block Heel Boots (Prada): Here

Evelyn Knee High Buckle Boots (COACH): Here

Wave Snake Embossed Chelsea Boot (Chloé): Here

Oakland Croc embossed Western Boots (Sam Edelman): Here

Perfect Pairs Gaea Western Boots (Jeffrey Campbell): Here

Unella Knee High Boots (Marc Fisher): Here

Yami Chelsea Boot (Marc Fisher): Here

Yakira Over the Knee Boots (Marc Fisher): Here

Photographer: Ren Cabasa

xoxo,Frilancy Hoyle

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