Inspiration | Tribal Touch | Jenny Bernheim | What to Wear | Travelshopa
 Inspiration | Tribal Touch | What to Wear | Travelshopa
 Inspiration | Tribal Touch | What to Wear | Travelshopa

Left: Jenny Bernheim, Elina LinardakiAnna Dello Russo

You’ve seen them rocking the runways since 2010. Even fashion frontrunners like Alexander McQueen and Gwen Stefani have used them in their collections. So just how did the tribal print gain its spotlight? Inspired by local tribes from over thousands of years ago, tribal prints are famed for their abstract loud lines, geometric shapes, neutral tones and rich accessories. Just the right amount of spunk and tribal touch you’ll need if you think your outfit is looking too vanilla.

Sure, the pieces seen on the runway may be a little crazy to wear out in public but that did not stop us from adorning these irresistible pieces. We’ve toned it down with this wearable look that would suit anyone.

Tribal Touch | What to Wear | Travelshopa1. ARO TOP | GINLEE STUDIO

2. Margot crossbody bag in tan and lizard | Elyse & i 

3. Nomadic Cuff | Curator’s Den

4. Maya Bohemian Aztec Necklace | Shiva Designs

5. Fringe sandals in tan | Forest of Francie 

6. The sideswept dhoti in Singapore yellow | MATTER

 

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