HINT OF TRIBAL

Fashion is taking a turn on the global side by embracing tribal inspired pieces this summer. From quirky, ethnic patterns, clashing colors, to statement piece necklaces, designers all over are making it easy to sport this tribal trend by providing minimal tribal looks to full on tribal looks. Dare to go bold by mixing different colored motifs together and piling on accessories, or play it safe and casual by throwing on a tribal inspired necklace to your everyday outfit. Whichever route you take, one thing is for sure. Sporting the tribal trend gives off a fashion-forward appeal while exuding the state of being fun and carefree! Definitely a state of mind we all deserve to be in!

H&M dress & men’s fedora, American Apparel loose crop tee, vintage Dooney & Bourke handbag, Sam Edelman clogs, F21 necklace
Tribal Necklaces on the Runway
Spring 2011 Runway Looks
1. PROENZA SCHOULER, 2. YVES SAINT LAURENT, 3. LANVIN, 4. GUCCI,
Tribal Looks on the Runway
Spring 2011 Runway: 1. MILLY, 2. MISSONI, 3 &  4. VIVIENNE TAM
Celebrities in tribal-inspired necklaces
1. Solange Knowles, 2. Leighton Meester, 3. Jessica Alba, 4. Rachel Bilson

Also, for those that asked about how I made my fringe skirt in the previous post. I used this method from whowhatwear, but used long strips of fringe instead of feathers. And instead of using glue, I sewed the fringe onto my skirt to give it a more permanent feel. 1 key thing to remember when making this skirt is to go from the bottom up! 1 helpful tip is, mark a straight line around your skirt to help you place the fringe on the skirt evenly.

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