Follow the trend by Mixing and Matching Everything Tribal

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24 August 2011

No matter where you go shopping this fall, you will not miss the tribal sensation that has left the runway and entered our favorite stores.

The predictions from Fall 2011 fashion week were correct –– bold and vibrant colors, mixed with tribal designs, are the new trend for this season. Whether you are shopping at H&M or Saks Fifth Avenue you will find simple shaped dresses, rompers and jumpers all covered in tribal patterns and colors.

This exotic look consists of strong, graphic prints combined with earthy tones of browns, reds and oranges. These brightly assorted clothes are matched with simple chunk wooden bracelets or straw bags to top off the safari look.

H&M Tribal Dress       Oscar de la Renta Tribal Dress

Not only has the tribal look changed the style of clothing, but accessories as well. Totes, shoes, bracelets and scarves are all inspired by the Native American and African tribal patterns –– so it is sure to be a very colorful season for fashionistas and shoppers alike. Mixing different designs and patterns together seems to be the way to make the whole tribal look stand out, and really pop. If you want this look at home you can go into your closet, pick out the boldest colored clothing from last season and pair it with anything the latest patterns.

Be sure to stand out this fall by wearing everything tribal!

By Ashley Caputo


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Posted by Ashley Caputo at 12:26 PM
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