Now Trending: Tribal Style
One with nature, one with style. Channel tribal style and channel one of the biggest runway hits of the year. Incorporate bold geometric prints inspired by Native Americana or the Aztecs in a big way (cocktail dress) or with subtle pieces (cuff bracelet or scarf). Layer on a standout accessory, like a spike-encrusted ring or fierce tiger head. And go all out when it comes to fringe, whether it be a chic blanket wrap over leggings or swingy shoulder bag that’s always by your side. Fierce, fabulous, and oh-so-fine, the tribal trend has us clamoring for these pieces:
1. Thakoon Check-print Silk-satin Dress ($990)
Cocktail hour gone native, this Thakoon wows with its orange checks and one-shoulder styling. Pair this standout piece with booties or fall sandals and the floor is yours.
2. Ralph Lauren Collection Printed Cashmere Blanket Scarf ($995)
In love with that RL scarf above? Get a bigger dose of its neo Navajo styling with this blanket scarf, the perfect weekend cozy-up-and-go piece or even as a statement over your office-going trench.
3. Lanvin Geometric Swarovski Crystal Necklace ($2180)
Give any look a tribal flair with this Lanvin statement necklace. Layered on over an LBD or a simple white tee, this Swarovski crystal-embellished pewter necklace packs a geometric punch.
4. Ralph Lauren Collection Woven Cashmere Scarf ($295)
Navajo-inspired, street chic. Impossibly soft, you’ll want to top off every outfit with this cashmere scarf…and its neutral Navajo print ensures that you can.
5. John Hardy Tiger Sterling Silver Cuff ($895)
Purrr-fect. Channel your inner animal with this tiger-head embellished cuff. Done up in sterling silver, this piece complements the most laid-back street look or the most fabulous of club-going dresses.
6. Etro Printed Cotton and Wool-blend Pareo Skirt ($1250)
A traditional pareo wrap-around is a cut above the rest. For true runway style, layer on with a simple top and wide leg pant….or pair with a black top and tights. A neutral print, yes, but it pops with its tribal-inspired graphics.