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Truly Tribal

It's plain to see that I've gotta secret love for the 'tribal style' that's out there right now. So many fun shapes and colors that catch the eye of any fashion-gazing friend! I love it. There is honestly nothing easier you can throw on with a basic, simple outfit than a patterned, textured tribal-inspired piece. For example...

Check out these Loeffler Randall 'Idris' Navajo Puzzle Sandals featuring colorblock panels at the patent T-strap & crisscross straps. The brassy buckled ankle strap locks in a 1" wooden wedge heel and leather sole. I love the husband/wife duo designer label Loeffler Randall and how it's their mission to 'create the perfect shoe for the chic, modern girl, focusing on clean design and stunning materials'. In fact, Loeffler Randall is so stinkin' awesome, in 2007 the label won the CFDA Swarovski Award for Accessory Design. You wanna shoe from a designer like that, right?! I do! Check please!
And take a look at the ASOS Tribal Style Long Metal Pendant that I'm currently obsessing over (um, notice that friendly price-point of $20.29?)! The embossed metal & tribal style on this longline necklace is simply striking and a perfect statement piece for any outfit--casual or a tad bit more dressy.

And not to build your whole entire outfit for you or anything (umm, promise) but wouldn't either/both of these cute items above go absolutely perfect with this killer casz 'Middle sleeve dress' from the sweet online boutique House of PlumRed?! At a fine under $20 price, HOPR shows off this belted jumper-like dress in a rich coffee color that's the perfect background to any accessory/shoe your little heart desires! Check out the rest of House of PlumRed's pretty collection here!

Truly tribal--I heart it.
xoxo,
holly in heels

Comments

  1. That brown dress is absolutely DARLING. I'm so into tribal prints right now and am just looking for the perfect pieces to tie things together...
    xxoo Josie
    http://winksmilestyle.blogspot.com

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  2. Love that pendant necklace. It's very tribal but the metallic makes it so you could swing it in a futuristic type way. I love versatile jewelry! Anyways, cute blog :) Glad I stopped by.

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  3. I adore the Loeffler Randall sandals - I NEED them immediately!

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  4. Love the sandals, which is weird b/c I don't really go for (lack of) heels of this size, but there's just something about these babies.

    Great find Holly!

    xoxo, Ashley @ freehoney.blogspot.com

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  5. I love the pretty in pink. Check this out too: convertible-heels.com

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