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Fashion houses including Yves Saint Laurent and Chanel debuted tribal-inspired jewelry pieces as spring’s must-have accessories. Racked trendwatcher Donna Kim picks six of her favorite tribal-inspired pieces that are in stores now.
1. Rachel Zoe “Navajo Jacquard” scarf, $35 at qvc.com: An oversized colorful scarf with Navajo-inspired print is an earthy way to wear this spring's colorful trend, and would look stunning with casual basics.
2. L.A.M.B. “Haughton” clutch, $148 at zappos.com: This urban-chic clutch with leather lining is a great accessory for nights out; the fold-over top with magnetic snap closure ensures security for all your necessary belongings.
3. House of Harlow tribal drop earrings, $160 at stylebop.com: The black and white enamel inlays against the 14kt gold plated designs is a sleek and stylish way to wear tribal. These decorative earrings would look best with a flowy shift dress or a monochromatic outfit.
4. Pamela Love three-finger tribal ring, $255 at ssense.com: Pamela Love is the master of tribal and edgy jewelry, and this copper three-finger ring commands attention with the etched ridges and spiky details.
5. Giuseppe Zanotti tribal-cuffed flat sandal, $1,095 at Bergdorf Goodman: The sleek toe strap with the ankle cuff adorned with multicolored sequins and beading makes these sandals to-die-for, and would look best with a brightly colored dress or cuffed jeans.
6. Wood beaded tribal bracelet, $6 at Forever 21: A wooden bracelet with earthy beads is a chic way to rock tribal jewelry, and this turquoise shade is a bright burst of color to accessorize with.
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