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Kim Kardashian's Snakeskin Look At The Dior Men's Pre-Fall 2020 Show Predicts It's The Next Big Animal-Print Trend

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Animal prints are everywhere this season, but Kim Kardashian's snakeskin look is taking the trend to the next level. The entrepreneur headed to Miami with sister Kourtney, where she sat among a star-studded front row at the Dior Men's Pre-Fall 2020 show in a head-to-toe snakeskin outfit. One to always push the needle when it comes to fashion, Kardashian's latest look may be an indicator of where the animal print trend will go next.

For the show, Kardashian wore a white and burgundy structured snakeskin coat and a blue snakeskin Dior Saddle bag with metallic detailing from the newly-unveiled Dior Men's collection by Kim Jones. According to Kardashian's Instagram stories, she styled the coat over her SKIMS nude bodysuit and a pair of neutral-hued, Gucci snakeskin pants. But, she didn't stop there — the reality star and mogul topped off the outfit with a pair of pointy-toe, beige Yeezy snake-print boots.

When it came to the glam, the mom of four went neutral and glowy with bronzed skin and a glossy nude lip. She kept her locks pulled back in a sleek ponytail to make it all about the outfit and to show off the strap of the Dior bag she wore across her body.

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While Kim went bold with her print-on-print look, Kourtney kept it more simple with a sultry LBD. The Poosh founder was snapped sporting a body-hugging, spaghetti strap leather dress for the show. And, she went minimal with the accessories, too; pairing the dress with her go-to barely-there, strappy heels — a clear favorite in her lineup right now.

For those who are inspired to try a head-to-toe snake-print look like Kim's, the key to having it look modern and elevated is to keep the base tones of the outfit neutral and leave the more eye-catching pops of color to the accessories. Of course, if you're not quite ready to go full-on snake, you can easily incorporate the print into your outfit in a more subtle way by mixing it in with other solid pieces.

Ready to get started? Continue on to scoop up a few snake-print styles to bring into your wardrobe for the season.