Urban Tribal

I’ve worn most of what I’m wearing here in previous posts; zebra and tribal prints are urbanized with faux leather, spikes, and a camo colored skirt. I’m on a shopping break for some time, so we’ll see how that goes – It’s about time I learn to live like a student (minus the instant noodles).

Scarf: H&M, faux leather jacket: Pitaya, tribal print top: River Island, camo colored skirt: Stradivarius, clutch: Gina Tricot (Norway), gold sneakers: Forever21, accessories: ASOS, River Island, Ebay

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7 thoughts on “Urban Tribal

  1. LaShonda says:

    Kool stuff! Keep it up! I looove animal stuff

  2. Marnie says:

    Hmmmmm, it is very nice mashallah but I don’t know if it is ok to wear zebra!

  3. Like the belt ! Its really georgeous!

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  4. Yasmin says:

    I LOVE the skirt.. What type of fabric is it? I saw a video on YouTube once; this guy who said animal print wasn’t hijab, and it shouldn’t be so colourful or else it attracted attention.. *Etcetc* i can say that the majority didn’t agree with him…

    Keep on smiling šŸ™‚

  5. Sabina says:

    Such a lovely look.im so happy i have this top and most of the things your wearing here, will definitley try this look out.by the way you are amazing beautiful mashallah xxx

  6. lydontaylor says:

    All your outfits such as tribal printed scarf, red colored hand bag, the gorgeous belt, and the accessories all are looking fabulous. By the way thanks a lot for such a lovely posting. I am waiting here for more information in your next post.
    tribal leather

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