[Fashion Report] Spring 2014 Sees The Return Of Tribal Trend

Spring/Summer 2014 saw fashion houses including Valentino & Givency showcasing collections that had hints of fringes, beads and lots of tribal ethnic prints. Thus, announcing the return of the global tribal chic style.

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Drawing inspiration from the runway, many high street fashion retailers have started putting up their own versions for sale. Being a big fan of prints, coupled with an unearthly obsession for beautiful dresses, playsuits and jumpsuits, I have decided to comb the boutiques in town and share my findings.

Forever 21’s Lookbook are full of inspired outfits for an adventure abroad. You can expect lots of flowing, loose fitting styles that are perfect for a beach party or summer vacation. I personally love everything that F21 have come up for this season and would purchase the entire tribal print collection if only I could afford it.

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Now, if you thought that tribal prints were suited for only casual wear then you are in for a lovely surprise. Just check out what UK high street fashion retailer, Miss Selfridge, has managed to churn out. These are classy pieces with Aztec prints are sure to get a nod of approval from corporate bosses.

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And if you are looking for an affordable tribal wear fix. Simple head down to Cotton On, where they have stocked up a variety of dresses, playsuits and jumpsuits in the trendy prints. And best of all, these pieces are retailing for S$19.95-S$29.95 only.

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Even though Australia fashion brand, Supre is not available locally. We thought you would be interested in what tribal goodies they had to offer via their online store. Supre plays it simple with the classic black and white tribal prints that makes matching a breeze. Online shoppers would be pleased to learn that purchases above AUD$100 get free international shipping.

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