Current Obsessions

Jungle Fever





























Primark Skirt | Topshop Top (last season) |

New Look Heels

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Zara Bag

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& Other Stories Sunglasses 

Last seasons pretty florals have caught jungle fever. D

elicate daisies and roses have been replaced by palm trees, toucans, and bursting exotic flowers. 

Pacific prints are everywhere you look. You can’t walk into a store without feeling as thought you have got a little bit lost on a tropical island. 

Using your Dad in a 

Hawaiian

 shirt on holiday circa 1995 as your summer style inspiration is always going to be a little bit scary... 

 but there is something about tropical prints that have you longing for a beach and a coconut cocktail like nothing else.

Golden rule of tropical dressing: 

One paradise print piece per outfit (

unless

it’s a co-ord). You want to look like you have been inspired by the tropical foliage, not dressing up as an actual palm tree. I kept it very simple with black and white and a bright burnt orange-red lipstick (

MAC So Chaud

.. just in case you wondered..)

Palm trees, sandy beaches, surf boards, and bright flowers, all these prints have me thinking of retro 50's Hawaiian Air adverts.  

Surfs' up. Will you be riding the tropical wave? 

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14 comments

  1. Julia in Disguise04/06/2014, 19:39

    Love this look Sophie! That skirt is so pretty! I'm loving the tropical print trend. x

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  2. Absolutely love this skirt. The structured bag and ankle strap heels are great compliments to it.http://www.lookfortheoccasion.comstop by :)

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  3. love the look, i agree that sometimes tropical print can look a bit too 'let's dance te hulu' but you've styled it really classy and modern ^^xx ishhttp://www.tiny-heart-beats.blogspot.com

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  4. Lauren Maria04/06/2014, 22:13

    I'm surprised this skirt is Primark, looks much higher quality than that. It's greatLaurenlivinginaboxx

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  5. Ellie Connor-Phillips05/06/2014, 07:50

    I like this look! the skirt is really cute!http://roseandvintage.blogspot.com/

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  6. Charlotte Lewis05/06/2014, 08:53

    Can't believe this skirt is Primark, looks effin lovely! xxwww.lurchhoundloves.com

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  7. Aishling Browne05/06/2014, 12:46

    I'm loving tropical prints at the moment - can't believe that skirt is Primark! Love the heels too! www.lestage2012.blogspot.com

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  8. Sweetie, you look amazing as usual! I love the print of that skirt, and the way you combined everything together is simply great xxfashionvitae.blogspot.com

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  9. Lizzy Hadfield05/06/2014, 21:53

    Love that skirt! The print is gorgeous, and looks perfect with a white shirt. Shot From The Street | Fashion Blog

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  10. Love that skirt, looks great on youuuu!The Fashion Wonderland

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  11. Mode Est Noir06/06/2014, 10:46

    The skirt is amazing, a great look!modeestnoir.blogspot.co.uk

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  12. Louise Francesca07/06/2014, 10:26

    I'm loving tropical prints right now, I live in Scotland though and our weather is so bad that I rarely get to wear it! XIstylethereforeiiwear

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  13. alice spearing07/06/2014, 22:52

    I cannot believe this skirt is primark! it looks so much like the print used in Topshop - great find!http://attireanddiary.blogspot.co.uk/

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  14. Love the print of the skirt and how you styled it!-AliciaNeon Fox

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