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Get Cozy in Fall’s Tribal-Inspired Fashions

by Skinnypurse

Fall Trend: Navajo and Tribal

This season, fashion goes global with tribal-inspired looks in everything from sweaters to jewelry. The bright colors, rich textures and intricate patterns serve as statement-making pieces. It’s easy to work this Southwestern trend by integrating a few key pieces into your closet.

Prolong the wear of a zig zag maxi dress by pairing it with ankle boots and a cozy cardigan for an easy fall outfit. Or, if you are not feeling the dress, try a neutral ankle-length corduroy pant, like these by Blank Denim, with Quiksilver’s comfy Snow Blanket Cardigan. I absolutely love the rust color of the cords. A neutral hue that perfectly transitions from late summer into fall. Nasty Gal’s Navajo Cutoff Sweatshirt has a neutral grey and cream color palette that works well with a bright pair of jeans (another trend that’s going strong). The cropped length and wide-neck is super cute right now.

For a bright addition to any outfit, BaubleBar’s Fringe Necklace has red faux suede tassels mixed with tons of chains. This drapey necklace would look amazing with everything from a tee-shirt and jeans to a sexy cocktail dress. Take the tribal look to your toes with Minnetonka’s Moccasin Hi Top Boot. Love the back-zipper detail. These are ideal for when you want to go casual with leggings and a sweater.

Blanket cardigans are probably the easiest way to wear the Navajo trend, this one by Warehouse has a vibrant pattern and contrasting trim for a bold look. Wear it as the main focus of your outfit with a neutral top, high-waisted jeans and a pendant necklace. Get the tribal look more subtly with the Low Luv by Erin Wasson Plated Celebration Cuff. Stack on with a few gold bangles for a chic combo.

Are you ready to embrace this trend? The trick, like with most bold styles, is to do work one or two pieces into your outfit at a time. A blanket cardigan, a piece of jewelry, a printed t-shirt. What do you think? Will you be wearing tribal-inspired looks this season?

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