Wednesday, March 14, 2012

street style inspirations: native american print for every day wear

Native American/ tribal print details aren't anything new in the realm of fashion and eclectic prints. Recently, it's been a  detail that made me take a second glance. The colors and patterns all seem to make sense no matter what combination and easily dresses up a simple casual outfit. It's definitely an awesome statement piece in your winter coat collection. This stylish chick on the street wears this bright colored tribal print poncho over a simple outfit of black leggings, black combat boots, and a structured black satchel.
image via the sartorialist.
Instead of throwing the sweater underneath, notice that she has a black leather motorcycle jacket layered under this cool tribal print inspired cardigan. Such a great idea for adding layers without compromising  the showing off the awesomeness of a particular detail. image via her ladyship.

This a great cool casual outfit for those days you don't feel like you want to make an effort but you still want to look like you still got funk. It's so simple, faded jeans, white t shirt, bright beat up sneakers, clear framed sunglasses, and a cool triabl print inspired jacket. image via ?
First off, her emerald velvet platform pumps are the shit. Ugh, to die for. She is flawless- such a cool outfit to show off at work. Each piece of clothing stands out on its own (the black furry clutch, the pumps, army green quilted skirt, and of course the native american print coat), but together they make a complete comprehensive look.
image via Mr. Newton.

A pretty unique twist on wearing a bright colorfully patterned coat- placing it on a completely contrasting background of simple white materials. image via the sartorialist.

Instead of trying to balance the bright and bold tones, this stylish chick on the street goes with it. Her amazing coat looks great paired with red plaid and floral prints.
image via style o sight.

Miroslava Duma always looks impeccable. The large jeweled necklace has tribal- inspired details that give the nomadic undertones of the coat an updated sophisticated impression. via street fsn.

Because her outfits are pretty rad in multiple dimensions, I couldn't  leave out an image of a different perspective of her outfit show-casing the other detials- the camel slouchy suede hoboish bag, the fact that she's actually wearing Native American print vest over a different printed coat, her super cut ombre hair, etc etc.
image via ?

The scarf adds a different attitude to a black leather motorcycle jacket. I can almost imagine a pair of faded denim jeans and loafers paired with this outfit. image via wit and delight.

Hey Mr. Cool Guy. A cool way to layer during those spring days when it could get warmer or colder is to throw over heavy button shirt and cardigan. Ain't no shame in tying your shirts around your waist when it gets too hot. In fact, you look rad- don't forget to wear your doc martens and faded denim jeans like you a cool rock  music aficionado who just care. image via nobody knows marc.

This older man shows you the right way to carry a man clutch. image via street fsn.
Kind of unexpected to pair crushed velvet leggings with a Native American print coat, but it works.
image via ?

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