3 Ways To Wear Tribal Print Shorts

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How To Wear The Tribal Trend
After spending the past two weeks writing up beauty posts, I feel out of the loop with fashion and style blogging! To ease myself back in, I’ve got this ‘three ways to wear’ post for you today! For the next week or so, I will be blogging about each look individually, along with all the usual detail shots and information on where to buy the clothes. It just makes things easier as I’ve got lots of photos of each outfit, we’d be here forever waiting for the post to load! I also wish I filmed these looks as it would have made a nice ‘lookbook’ style video when everything is put together, but boo to me for not thinking far ahead! 
Talking of thinking far ahead, a trend that will be huge for Spring/Summer 14 is tribal print. Here is a brief overview of how versatile these shorts are, it looks like these shorts will look great all year round, but also Spring/Summer! ASOS sent me a pair of tribal culotte shorts* and had set me a challenge to style them in three different ways. I’m always up for a style challenge, and for making a trend work for me but when I was given the trend “Gap Yeah!”, I was worried! I’d love to be able to pull off embroidered caps or cool aztec rucksacks, but knowing that they don’t suit me, I went on a search to find a single key item that would suit me in three different styles. I settled on the black and white culotte shorts and I made the decision to do a casual look and a smart one, but knew I didn’t want to do all three looks in a monochrome style. I actually shot these photos at the beginning of February, and it was indeed FREEZING cold (oh my god, SO cold!), so it might not look very S/S here. If the temperature is anything less 15ΒΊ, you’ll still find me in tights during Spring anyway, but when the warmer weather comes round again, I can lose the heavy leather jacket and the thick opaque tights, and swap the boots for lovely lightweight sandals! 
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19 Comments

  1. 10th February 2014 / 3:31 pm

    Love these looks, my favourite is the casual one. Can't wait to read the full posts on these outfits!

    Bella x

  2. 10th February 2014 / 6:00 pm

    I like the "inofmal" one best <3

  3. 10th February 2014 / 6:35 pm

    Ohhh I love thy type of posts *__*
    It's always good to see that with the same piece, we can make different combinations and styles!
    Can't wait to see more classy looks from you :3
    Take care, have a nice day*

  4. 10th February 2014 / 6:41 pm

    i always tend to stray away from mad prints.You wear it soo well. every way you have styled it looks soooo good!! xx

  5. 10th February 2014 / 7:49 pm

    Wow! you look gorgeous, I love the casual outfit!

    noirebeau.blogspot.com

  6. 10th February 2014 / 8:08 pm

    LOVE this post Sarah, you can't beat a good pair of patterned shorts – they're so versatile. I think my favourite is look three, you look amazing in a hat! x

  7. 10th February 2014 / 10:55 pm

    Sarah! How come everything you wear looks amazing? I love all three of these and you look so pretty with your hair up! Gah I sound like the girl from mean girls. You look so sexy with your hair pushed back

  8. 10th February 2014 / 11:38 pm

    I love the casual look! The other two are lovely too and very 'you', but the casual look is something a bit different and it really works! <3

    Tara x

  9. 11th February 2014 / 2:53 am

    The short is so beautiful and I liked the pattern; my favourite was the casual style! x

    camstalks.blogspot.com

  10. 11th February 2014 / 1:13 pm

    I love all 3 looks but my favourite has to be the third xx

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