Tribal Print

When it comes to fashion, the tribal print is striking to look at, fun and exotic depending on the pattern and fabric and what the ensemble entails. Gwen Stefani's popular L.A.M.B. clothing brand has often used the print in her collections, and Burberry Prorsum has also added the eye-catching patterns to their lines. A tribal design usually hails from Africa or the Netherlands in wax print patterns. The tribal pattern adds fabulous color and a modern edge to fashion. A lot of celebrities enjoy wearing a tribal print outfit, and some of these stylish ladies include Rihanna, Nina Dobrev, Solange Knowles, Beyonce, Blake Lively and Eva Marcille.

The Tribal Top Print by Lucky Brand evokes a bohemian spirit in a lovely, tribal woodblock pattern throughout the top. The color of Persian red adds feminine appeal to its casual v-neckline and long blouson sleeves. A tribal print fabric can be quite romantic and add extra pizazz to one's wardrobe.

Even bathing suits look exceptional in a sexy tribal pattern. The Plunge Suit one-piece by Missguided is a great example. The halterneck and T-back swimsuit style is high glamour, and the siren red tribal design makes this ideal for the sun and surf. The colorful tribal arrangement also creates a slimming effect and figure-flattering combination. When it comes to beautiful bikinis, a geo-tribal print string bottom in black and white is where it's at. The Vera Moda by Asos is the perfect fashion companion for some serious tanning.

A tribal print is versatile and can feature a modern or edgy design, and sometimes, the exotic style can look timeless. A kimono made in a gorgeous tribal palette is a hot trend that celebrities and noncelebrities enjoy hanging out in. The lightweight piece looks great over a tee or tank top and a pair of jeans. Solids and neutrals become the foundation of many wardrobes, but a cool tribal print amps up personal style.