Celebrities tend to wear clothes that stand out — bright colors, fun and busy patterns, and regal styles — which is why you’ll catch a lot of wearing tribal prints. Here are 10 stars or celebrities who look stunning in Africa-inspired outfits.
Here’s Beyonce on the beach with hubby Jay-Z wearing retro high-waisted shorts and the popular button up, tied-at-the-bottom blouse. We love the way she mixed and matched the African prints in the blouse with the funky shorts and big chunky necklaces.
If it’s bold enough for Lady Gaga, it’s pretty darn bold. And she is rocking the tribal pattern wrap top from Burberry, made from materials that look like what you’d find in an African market. The top is the perfect compliment to the plain skirt and purple pumps.
The vibrant greens and blues in this stunning dress make Parker’s eyes really pop. She’d probably blend right into an African rain forest in this dress, but she stands out on a red carpet.
Monica is wearing a tropical forest during this performance…literally! This dress combines the patterns of just about every animal you’d find on an African safari into a really fun dress that’s totally worthy of the stage.
With her own very popular clothing line — L.A.M.B — Gwen Stefani has an eye for fashion. And we think she stuns in this dress with not only tribal prints, but also a very traditional African cut: shoulderless on one side with a dramatic neck piece and lots of ruffles.
We wont say who wore it best, but we will say the zigzag patterns in this Africa-inspired print are very flattering on curvy girls like Rose and Kardashian.
We love this youthful, happy smock on Ali. The bright yellow and the lovely bird stir up images of African children playing in the summer.
Knowles is making us want to wear pantsuits in and out of the office! She looks like a diva in this funky, mixed-tribal-pattern two-piece suit and Africa-inspired clutch.
We love the peek-a-boo African print top Alicia keys is wearing with its deep blues and warm orange. It makes an otherwise ordinary outfit really pop.
Socialite Palmermo effortlessly blends playful, tribal prints with a high-fashion crop top and high-waisted shorts here. We love the giant hoop earrings, seen on African women all over the continent.
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