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IN THE PRINTS- MY TRIBAL PRINTS IN THREE WAYS

Hi peeps, prints is in the season, Its Summer Time, and PRINTS are trending, Its on the runway and fashion stores. Call it the Tribal Prints, African Prints or Ethnic Prints, its has this Bright color, Graphic like, Batik style, Traditional look, Bold prints, Vintage and Geometric pattern.
I am so in love with this print top of mine, that I always revamp to the point that whenever I wear it again it feels new.
Prints and Nude with a gladiator Sandal


Prints and Stripe pants with heels and a matching bag.
Prints with jacket.
TIPS ON HOW TO PAIR YOUR PRINTS
1. Pair it with matching colours or bright colours.
2. Wear your prints on another prints, its fun and creative
3. Pair your prints with shorts for summer on the beach
4. You can pair your prints with a jacket
Prints can come in gowns, shorts, skirts, tops, shirts and more, Its prints its trending, get yourself one
WHICH OF MY LOOK DO YOU PREFER.



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  1. Nice hot body. I prefer the first style keep it up.

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  2. Ikebe super lol lovely look

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  3. Ikebe super lol lovely look

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  4. I prefer the one with gladiator sandals for reasons not related to the print top... *wink... Wink *

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  5. Lovely top!
    Love the different stylings. You look great

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  6. love the top

    http://styleofzion.blogspot.com.au

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