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About 7 or 8 weeks ago, sent me an email to ask if I would be up for a fashion blogger style challenge. Of course, I said, I love a good challenge! It seems that I always get given the tribal trend, but I do love it so no problems there! Tribal print is a nice and less-boring way to remain in monochrome mode during Summer. I also think it’s one of those trends that you can combine a few prints together and get away with it!

As it was a feature for Very Magazine (which I blogged about yesterday) I had to choose a whole daytime outfit from Very that fit the Summer trend theme, so I thought this playsuit would be perfect for it. Can you believe it is only £12?! As you can see from my other outfit posts (I know there hasn’t been many recently!) that I’ve been LOVING playsuits, so I was keen to add another one to the collection!

Alongside that, I picked some accessories to accompany the outfit. I kept it very simple, comfortable and realistic with a cute charm bracelet and a pair of flat sandals. One thing missing is a necklace, I did choose one but it broke when it arrived so I just sent it back and did without it.

You’d think I’d used to the whole style-blogging process by now but I just didn’t feel like I was doing a good enough job here. Perhaps it was the pressure of knowing these photos will definitely end up printed in a magazine, loads of people outside the blogging world will see it and I wanted them to look perfect, but I couldn’t really put my finger on why it wasn’t going my way. Put it this way, when I’m posting outfit photos on my own blog or social media, I STILL get nervous about it before I post/upload it. It’s a good kind of nervousness, a flutter of butterflies in my stomach but there’s still a feeling of hesitation as I hover over the ‘publish’ button. Anyway – in regards to the magazine, I was happy to see that it all worked out!

I’ve done a few other tribal print outfit posts, click over to the link to see how I’ve styled tribal print trend in other ways!

What do you think of this trend for Summer? Are you lovin’ or loathin’ it?

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25 thoughts on “How To Style: Tribal Print Trend This Summer

  1. I absolutely love this outfit and these photos – I really don't think you have any reason to be nervous at all. I wish I could produce posts as lovely as yours. x

  2. So pretty Sarah and you make all your outfits so cute and wearable and I love taking inspiration from them. I want to try tribal print now and I need to find something I like!


  3. Congratulations on your Very magazine feature, it's amazing and you totally deserve it 🙂 Love this print too, I hardly wear tribal print, but this one looks lovely! xxx

  4. Such a lovely summer look! Personally, I love the look of tribal prints on others but i haven't yet found one that I dare to try myself.

  5. It's always a bit nerve-wracking to put yourself out there, but you look fantastic in the mag.
    I don't think I actually own anything tribal, I tend to stay away from buzy prints.
    Rubi | The Den

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