Serpentine Jewels: The Year of the Snake

Serpentine Jewels

According to the Chinese zodiac, next week marks the beginning of the Year of the Snake. You wouldn’t want to start off on the wrong foot (or with the wrong accessories!), so dress accordingly. Of course, the Bulgari Serpenti collection is the best way to celebrate the New Year. Whether you’ve always dreamed of trying out one of the sexy coiled bangles or some real snakeskin, Serpentis and these other dangerously designed pieces with slither their way onto you with pleasure. The only question is, what’s your poison?

Alexander McQueen Whip Snake Belt Bracelet with Skull Charm: Delicate white polka dots may be a surprising trend to juxtapose against black whip snake, but between that and the skull charm, this leather band is venomously good. At Barneys New York for $315.

Aurelie Bidermann Mamba Snake Ring: In Ancient Egyptian mythology, it was widely believed that a two-headed serpent deity guarded the underworld – now he guards your hand! On Shopbop for $185.

Sara Weinstock Paraiba Tourmaline & Diamond Snake Earrings: Composed of one of the world’s most unique gems, paraiba tourmaline, these earrings are true reptilian rarities. At Barneys New York for $13,580.

Eric Lane Rattlesnake Cuff: The hardware heavy clasp on this thick 2-inch rattlesnake cuff screams motorcycle chic and lets people that you’re not to be toyed with. On Farfetch for $475.

Tasha Critters Snake Brooch: Snakes are thought to represent both good and evil, which makes sense because this crystal creepy-crawly doesn’t look so mean, right? At Nordstrom for $68.

Image Credit: Bulgari PR

Serpentine Jewels

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