Today's post—a new recurring feature here on Cheryl Shops—is inspired by Veruca Salt, the spoiled girl in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory who meets her demise after falling down a chute for bad eggs. But there are no bad eggs here, just things I'm totally obsessed with, which, at the moment, is python: prints, textures, real, faux, whatever. My python picks are as follows:
Clockwise from top left:
I'll admit, I'm a total sucker for nail art, but so far I've been pretty uninspired by the ready-made offerings. Until now, that is—how cool are these At Your Fingertips nail stickers from ModCloth?
Equipment's silk blouses are so fantastic, I already own three of them and am hankering for another. Next on my list is this vividly dreamy python-print number, also here in more sizes and colors.
When it comes to exotic skins, few do 'em better than Kara Ross. This divided cuff is a chic choice from her lower-priced line.
Much like its namesake shoes, Jimmy Choo perfume straddles that fine line between glamorous and trashy. If this perfume were a woman, I'd like to get drunk with her. That said, I don't know what's more fantastic—the scent itself or the pink python box that holds it.
Zadig & Voltaire is a line I get very excited about when in France, but I forget that it even has stores here. Based on how sexy and French this silk chiffon skirt is, perhaps I should pay more attention.
My coworker has this exact Michael Kors Hamilton satchel, and let me tell you, it is one good-looking bag. The python texture is embossed, and it's a lovely, very subtle contrast to the blush-pink color of the leather.
And because we know Michael Kors knows his exotic skins, here's another winner, a pair of actual snakeskin sandals that I'm completely besotted with at the moment.