Mar 11, 2008

Urban African

A timeless style fit for savanna adventures or a daily routine at urban jungles. This spring, African-inspired patterns and colors unite with soft and versatile materials to create a long-lasting trend that will surely continue in the future seasons. Warmer pieces such as Safari-influenced cardigans and suede trousers complement fresher clothes making this style also suitable for the transition between seasons and cooler spring days.

By choosing ethnic prints with neutral bases such as white, beige, brown or black, these pieces are smoothly matched with the urban basics: jeans, khakis, leggings, t-shirts, etc.

Staying fresh and comfortable while looking effortlessly chic during spring had not been this simple in many seasons.




A.-Buckle Cardigan by Stella McCartney; B.-Swan Motive 3/4 Trousers by Marc Jacobs; C.-Print Silk Tie Front Top by Matthew Williamson; D.-Embroidered Hooded Bubble Dress by Easton Pearson; E.-Mosaic Strappy Flat Sandals by Fendi; F.-Tribal Bangles by Urban Outfitters; G.-Asymmetrical Geometric Mini Dress by Miu Miu; H.-Ethnic Print Top by Easton Pearson; I.-Black Ballerinas with Stone Detail by Miu Miu; J.-Short Tunic Dress by Sarah Arnett; K.-Little Stark Silk Kaftan Top by Schumacher; L.-Stamped Metal Choker by Roberto Cavalli; M.-Gathered Ankle Suede Trousers by Loewe; N.-Animal Print Silk Dress by Rory Beca; O.-Multi Colored Shift Dress, See by Chloé; P.-Oversized Safari Cardigan by 3.1 Phillip Lim.
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