The tribal trend has been a staple over the past few seasons but was especially popular this Resort season and will continue to be a trend through the fall. With easy-to-wear tribal printed pieces like maxi skirts and structured dresses, this trend has never been easier to work. If you’re feeling a little less adventurous and aren’t too keen on rocking a large print, try pairing skinny jeans and a white t-shirt with a pair of ethnic-inspired heels like those from Tory Burch or Proenza Schouler. Accessories are also a great way to work the tribal trend and designers like Tom Binns have put out amazing designs that work great with any outfit, tribal or otherwise.
Above: Etro contrast-print dress; Newbark Weekend woven tote; Zara two-tone sandal; Zara wide printed trousers; Tom Binns Fauve hand-painted necklace; Etro printed silk blouse; Tibi mosaic-print kaftan dress; Emma Cook printed pants; Missoni Emiliana crochet-knit skirt; Tory Burch Elias cutout sandals; Pamela Love Tribal Spike three-finger ring; Elizabeth and James Nuri animal-print pants; Zara diamond fabric city bag; Milly tribal top; Zero+MariaCornejo Cruza printed skirt; Oscar de la Renta cabochon necklace; Missoni Montgomery zigzag throw.
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