As the campus starts to break out of it’s winter hibernation and students begin enjoying the long awaited warmer weather, the fashion statements turn from weary winter to spectacular spring colors and patterns. Students begin to emerge from the their dorm rooms to enjoy the outdoors. With them are happier spirits and brighter fashion. The new colors and prints amongst the clothing break out from the back of the closet.
Included among those prints is tribal print. This print is not only great for warm winter wool sweaters, but also is perfect for light summer fabrics as well. This Fashionista dresses this trend in a comfortable and cozy cotton blend sweatshirt, a quick and comfortable piece of clothing for every student. Our Fashionista also adds some color and texture with her trend by pairing it with a maroon tank and lace slip on shoes. Tying together her ensemble she adds dark wash jeans and a pair of black Ray-Ban sunglasses.
Similar to our Fashionista, adding tribal prints to your closets can be causal and cozy. Another comfortable way to included it would be in a romper. Rompers are practical for spring and summer and functional while adding a unique option other than jeans or shorts. Another effortless way to incorporate the tribal trend into your closet is by pairing it with sunglasses. A more daring way to wear tribal print is to pair it with plaid. Pairing patterns with patterns can provide a chic outfit. The key to mixing prints is to keep the same color family and to pair a bolder print with a less dominate print.