Cherokee Chic Fashion

It’s official! All things Navajo and Cherokee are the things to be seen in this summer and autumn. If you don’t believe me, check out what the celebrities are wearing on the cat walks and at movie premieres this season. To get hold of their style, simply choose accessories with a red indian touch to them, be it beading, fringing or some feathers and you are well on your way to capturing this season’s look. To help you, we have chosen some of the best shoes, bags and jewellery to inspire you. Check these out and get your teepee well and truly on!

There are loads of shoes to choose from. Moccasins are a real favourite of the celebrities these days and very comfortable to wear with their low heels and fringing detail at the front. We love these Bright Multi Colour Shoes from Office however, costing £85 and available in sizes 3 to 8, they have a leather upper, lining and sock with a wooden platform heel.

Choose bags with fringing detail to get a real tribal look and go for soft browns and beiges. This gorgeous Ornate Suede Circle Bag from Topshop has all the necessary beads and colours you need in browns and turquoise blues. Price is a reasonable £65 and it is made of suede and 100% leather.

Take a trip back to the seventies with this beautiful Fringed Poncho from H&M. In cream and brown you could have just stepped off a reservation and it only costs £14.99. 100% acrylic and is perfect for those cooler autumn evenings when the sun is going down.

For jewellery you can’t go far wrong with these stunning Feather earrings and at a cool £4.99, you can afford to buy some for your mates! They will perfectly accessorise your outfit as they are in neutral colours but wear them on their own as they are quite flamboyant

French Connection have this amazing Haniel Suede Bag which is great with a shirt and jeans for laid-back look. It has a shoulder strap, zip across top with double tassels, fringed trim, pouch pocket at front and interior zipped compartment. On sale now from £115 to only £81 in black or brown. Remember, when wearing tribal accessories, try not to be too full on and only go for a couple of pieces, not a complete outfit.

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