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The safari-inspired look is bang on trend this season and takes inspiration from the desert. The look includes earthy tones, gold, wood and leather accessories, combat boots and shirts with pockets, and adding bold prints and animal inspired outfits to your wardrobe will keep you looking stylish during the summer months.
Stylist Tori MacKenzie had a selection of nature pints and safari-inspired fashion to help you survive this season with style. She told The Hour:
“We’re going quite minimal with the safari look, we’re not going too overboard. We’re just pairing it down, nice khaki softer colours and some prints in there too.”
First up modelling a look perfect for those with a warm skin tone was Nicole. She had on a safari print dress for £59.99 from Mango, an £8 necklace from Primark and acid green Kurt Geiger shoes for £79.99. Tori said:
“This is the whole leopard print look which is bang on trend for the safari look. It comes back every summer with different hues and tones for this print, but this is a really basic one. The little accessories of beads is also a key look for this whole trend.”
Taylor has a paler complexion and red hair and was modelling a very sleek and elegant look. Her accessories tie in with the tribal safari theme. She had on a cardigan for £39.99 from H&M, £24.99 trousers from Topshop, a belt from Next for £15 and shoes for £55 from Oasis.
Last up was Manny wearing a key look for men. He had on a khaki shirt for £8 from H&M, a £9.99 Topman t-shirt, Burton trousers for £19.99 and £12.99 desert shoes from Primark. Tori explained:
“Utility is a word we use quite a lot when we’re talking about safari, it keeps it quite simple with the linen shirt paired underneath with the trousers and the little desert shoes.”
On the mannequins there was a khaki dress from Cos for £65; a belt for £8 from Tesco, a £22 dress from New Look; a shirt for £20 from Oasis; and trousers for £15 from Florence and Fred at Tesco. Tori said:
“Khaki is very much in for this look; creams and browns with leopard print. The key fashion fix is accessories; go all out with the tribal influences.”
For more key looks and trends see The Hour’s fashion pages.