Some analogies tend to be very common, becoming almost idiomatic. For example:
He entered the doctor's office at 4:59 PM on a Friday. The secretary's stare was icy cold.
Is reversing those kind of analogies still considered the same stylistic device, or does it have a different name? For example:
Snow was still falling when she got out. The icy cold air welcomed her, the way a secretary welcomes you on a Friday at 4:59PM.
Both seem to be analogies/similes, but at the same time they both seem to be different.
Are both these things the same stylistic device, or is there a way to differentiate them?