Cindy Crawford Just Made Flip-Flops Look Like a Million Bucks

In August heat, nothing sounds more appealing than easy, breezy, effortless outfits. Flip-flops definitely fall into that category, so it's no surprise that Cindy Crawford would want to wear them for a stroll in New York City. The casual shoes aren't exactly known for being chic, but the supermodel managed to make them look very much so thanks to her on-trend snake-print dress.

Ever the smart dresser, Crawford balanced the breeziness of a summer dress with a major fall trend: animal print. The result is the perfect end-of-summer look that's incredibly easy to re-create—and we definitely recommend you do. Crawford's AllSaints Tate Misra Snake Print Maxi Dress ($292) is sadly sold out, but we found plenty of worthy options to consider investing in. Bonus points if you style the dresses with nude flip-flops à la Crawford.

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