Thursday, December 27, 2012

Fashion Legallaire's Fav. Trend Alert: Tribal Wear

Harper's Bazaar February 2012 
To the left is a 2012 cover of Harper's Bazar showing sexy and timeless Demi Moore wearing a tribal embroidered strapless short dress.

Here at Fashion Legallaire, we love Tribal print because it is seasonal  adorned with any color/black-and-white, dressed up/down, different, and no print looks exactly the same.

A tribal wearer can always make a statement with his or her piece.

Whether worn on clothes, shoes, accessories, or on your nails, tribal art is a peculiar (in a good way) that looks good.

http://www.beautylish.com/a/vcyiy/tribal-print-nails
Being of Nigerian decent, I have always been familiar with tribal print. As a girl and teenager, my mother would always let us pick a fabric of choice (African Wax); and from there we would take it to the tailor to make beautiful outfits (dresses, play suits, pant suits, tops).
African Wax Designs from www.made-in-china-.com

African Wax at Etsy.com
As of late, I'd say the past three or four years, tribal wear has commercialized and I think it is hear to stay. It looks good on everybody!

1 comment:

  1. Agreed. I think tribal inspired prints are here to stay. Pendleton makes some beautiful fabrics with those type of prints on them, and I have been wanting to buy a throw blanket in one of their prints to brighten up my living room. They carry some really gorgoeous ones at Kraffs.com.

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