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March 12, 2013  | by: Taja Whitted
fantastic tribal jewlery

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Have you been to the mall lately? Or had a visit to your local retail store? You may have possibly noticed that spring is in the air or at least in shipment. Checking out the latest collections at Zara, I noticed one trend in particular is set for spring.

Some call it tribal, others call it ethnic, but no matter what they call it this trend has me excited each time it appears back in fashion.  You can recognize it by its zigzag patterns on scarves and shirts or the intricate weaving of beaded jewelry.

There’s no particular way to wear this trend which allows you full style creativity. How awesome is that?


zara shoes

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First let’s start with the shoes. Each are priced differently but are still affordable. In order of wardrobe transition the ankle boots are great for easy weather.  You can pair it with a relaxed boyfriend jean. Also try it with leggings, if you’re really daring try wearing the boots with a dress.

As for the flats, they are easy to slip on for your comfy days, or maybe you have an interview and want to show some pizazz. Lastly, the gladiator wedge sandals. These sandals are great with skinny jeans, skirts, and dresses, the detailing alone will for sure make you a show stopper.

Now scarves are a versatile accessory, they can be worn in your hair or around the neck fashionably if its a chilly day.


Polyvore (Tajamariew)


These prints are great to wear with a solid dress or tee to spice it up.

Here is an assortment of pieces that can easily be transferred into your wardrobe.


Polyvore (Tajamariew)


What I love about the Zara brand is that it takes trends from the runway and make the looks affordable for their clientele.  The blouse you can pair with leggings or shorts for a beach-y bohemian vibe.

While the vest is an ethnic retake on a classic wardrobe staple. As always who can resist a military parka? Especially for only $40.00. You can find all these items at Zara.com

Fit for any shape, color, or style, what tribal look are you coveting for spring?

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