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Turning Heads Linkup- How to Style a Snakeskin Skirt for Different Seasons

Do you have a favorite skirt that you want to wear more than one season? This chiffon snakeskin skirt from Ann Taylor, that I bought years ago, is one I love to style nearly year round.

I’ve styled it here with a bright pink silk top and my pink snakeskin heels.

This look is about neutrals and adding a bit of print to the snakeskin with my LV Damier bag and a leopard scarf.

Styling a Snakeskin Skirt

Before I talk about the skirt, I just recently have had a hankering for a pink sweater. I don’t have enough pink! This pretty and soft blush pink Madewell sweater caught my eye on Poshmark recently. I have been mostly shopping my closet and buying secondhand. I love shopping at Poshmark, but you have to set filters and be in the mood! I wrote a post awhile ago but if you aren’t familiar- Have a read- How to Shop on Poshmark. I need to look at Ebay more often too!

The skirt is a white chiffon with a tan snakeskin pattern, very subtle, unlike some snakeskin patterns I have seen. This skirt acts as a neutral , and with the softer tones, I looked forward to pairing it with pink. Here I am giving a bit of a nod to Spring with this pastel shade.

The taupe Cha boots from Jambu last season went well with this look.

I’ve also included pictures from Spring and Summer where I have styled this skirt. When you buy an article of clothing, think of how it might be styled for different seasons, adding to your closet a more versatile piece.

So, what is going on with you, my friends? I think we had one sunny day out of 9 rainy ones. I on the verge of finishing the Great Alone, and will probably soon start, The Nightingale, by the same author. On the nice day, we took the pups out for a walk on the Greenway, which helps to get some fresh air! My mom goes for her second vaccine shot on the 26th, so I know she’ll feel a bit better.



Pink Madewell sweater- Poshmark ( like this one and this one)

Chiffon Snakeskin skirt- Ann Taylor ( similar skirt)

Taupe Chai Leather boots c/o Jambu

Leather bag- Rebecca Minkoff via Poshmark

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  • Kim Cook
    Posted at 11:22h, 07 March Reply

    Love the snakeskin with the pink. Looks so good together! Thank you for sharing the other stylish ladies too!

  • Celyn
    Posted at 09:08h, 02 March Reply

    Great post and styling tips! I really like your skirt!

    Life is a Shoe

  • carmen
    Posted at 19:58h, 26 February Reply

    I love how you’ve styled this pretty skirt for summer and winter! You look beautiful Jess!!

    Oh my! I must have read your mind, I just posted how I styled a summer dress for winter and the previous post was SNAKESKIN joggers! What a coincidence!


  • Lucy Bertoldi
    Posted at 12:04h, 26 February Reply

    Such a gorgeous skirt- and so versatile!

  • Lovely
    Posted at 02:17h, 26 February Reply

    That’s a beautiful and versatile skirt! I love it more with the pink sweater.

  • Emma Peach
    Posted at 18:26h, 25 February Reply

    That’s such a lovely, versatile skirt. It looks fab with the soft pink sweater. Great news about your mom getting the second vaccine!

    Emma xxx

  • Hilda Smith
    Posted at 13:40h, 25 February Reply

    Jess absolutely love the different ways you have styled this gorgeous skirt. Such a pretty skirt too..looks lacy from afar.

  • Midlife and Beyond
    Posted at 12:37h, 25 February Reply

    This is such a great versatile item and perfect for all seasons. I love the way you have styled it. xx

  • nancy weiss
    Posted at 12:23h, 25 February Reply

    What a great transition! Love it with pink Hess.

  • Anna ShirleyA
    Posted at 06:19h, 25 February Reply

    This is probably the prettiest snakeskin pattern I have seen so far. Love this skirt. Have a beautiful day.


  • isthismutton
    Posted at 03:00h, 25 February Reply

    Stunning skirt Jess, very ethereal and feminine. My favourite look is with the leopard scarf.

  • Lizzie
    Posted at 02:45h, 25 February Reply

    This is a great look! Perfect for a spring transition outfit!


  • eyeloveknots
    Posted at 21:24h, 24 February Reply

    The pink and brown outfit is so soft, and romantic! Love it.


  • mummabstylish
    Posted at 10:23h, 24 February Reply

    What a super skirt, so many options. I need one like that. Jacqui x

  • Amy Johnson
    Posted at 07:40h, 24 February Reply

    What a fun skirt and you created so many great outfits with it.

  • Carrie
    Posted at 07:16h, 24 February Reply

    Pretty skirt, Jess. I love the snake and leopard together.

  • Rena
    Posted at 01:53h, 24 February Reply


    These are the kinds of posts I really like, ones that show the versatility of a garment and how it can be worn year round. Your skirt is lovely and looks so nice with that sweater and boots.


  • cheryl shops
    Posted at 00:03h, 24 February Reply

    I love the colors in this outfit, Jess—they’re so soft and pretty together. I LOVED The Nightingale, and I hope you do too! The Great Alone is on my to-read list 😉
    Cheryl Shops | http://www.cherylshops.net

  • laurabambrick
    Posted at 23:14h, 23 February Reply

    That is such a versatile print and style! It really looks beautiful all of the ways you’ve worn it! Hope you are having a great week!

  • Jodie
    Posted at 20:42h, 23 February Reply

    I love how you took the skirt and made it work for so many seasons .That’s true versatility Jess. And it’s so beautiful!!

  • Carrie @ Curly Crafty Mom
    Posted at 18:50h, 23 February Reply

    I love the muted color of this snakeskin skirt, it really makes it so easy to pair with a variety of tops. I love the pink sweater the most!


  • aquamarinastyle
    Posted at 15:45h, 23 February Reply

    I’ve read both books and enjoyed them a lot. I love the soft print in your skirt and it looks lovely in all the ways you’ve styled it. You look so nice in pink, Jess! Have a grat week.

    xx Darlene

  • terrigardner1
    Posted at 15:31h, 23 February Reply

    Hello, Jess-such beautiful soft styling. You certainly show how versatile a piece can be and multi seasonal. Every time I see your RM saddle bag, I go off on a hunt but never make the jump-just haven’t found the right one, I guess.



  • Shauna
    Posted at 13:56h, 23 February Reply

    I love this print for any season too, and the color is just so pretty on you too!



  • Ashley
    Posted at 13:22h, 23 February Reply

    This skirt really is all-season! It’s all in the styling- perfect!

    Le Stylo Rouge

  • Lisa @ Daily Style Finds
    Posted at 12:48h, 23 February Reply

    I love that snakeskin skirt – especially paired with the pink sweater!

  • Jacket Society
    Posted at 11:43h, 23 February Reply

    Such a pretty soft skirt going into spring. I love it paired with your pink sweater which looks great on you Jess.

  • Nicole Mölders
    Posted at 10:10h, 23 February Reply

    Thanks for featuring me. I feel so honored. I like your snakeprint skirt. It has a nice romantic cut. One has to look twice to recognize it’s not a small floral print. Great find! Great styling.

  • mireilleftm
    Posted at 09:26h, 23 February Reply

    I haven’t paired my snakeskin skirt with pink yet but I really like the combo: need to wear it with my pink sweater before it gets too warm. Then will have to see what short sleeve pink I have!

  • Southwestern Desert Living
    Posted at 09:13h, 23 February Reply

    I love a snake print in soft colors. Yours is perfect. I love all the ways you styled it. I can see that it is very versatile too.

  • shelbeeontheedge1
    Posted at 06:58h, 23 February Reply

    Jess, I really like these colors together and the pale neutrals and pinks are so fun with the snakeskin print. All these pieces are so beautiful in their own right and absolutely perfect together!


  • dousedinpink
    Posted at 06:28h, 23 February Reply

    I love pieces that you can wear from season to season. Your snakeskin skirt is so pretty! Thank you for the linkup!

    Jill – Doused in Pink

  • Mica
    Posted at 06:23h, 23 February Reply

    That is such a beautiful skirt! You wear it well and I really like the pink with it 🙂

    Thank you for the link up 🙂

    Hope that you’re having a good week 🙂

  • thisblondesshoppingbag
    Posted at 06:01h, 23 February Reply

    It’s great when you have a piece you love to wear and you can make it work year round! I love flowy skirts like this one – so feminine and pretty. The I love how subtle the snakeprint is too! Thanks for the link up Jess, have a super day!

  • Michelle Churchman
    Posted at 03:01h, 23 February Reply

    From afar the skirt looks lacy! I was surprised when I realized it was snake skin. So pale and pretty. I love all the ways you’ve styled it.


  • Katie
    Posted at 02:55h, 23 February Reply

    Love this snakeskin print! Such a versatile piece for all seasons! Hope you have a great week!


  • Navy
    Posted at 02:20h, 23 February Reply

    Thats a very versatile skirt! I need to start looking at Ebay more, I just don’t know how it works, lol. Have a great day!

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