Shein Tribal Print Jacket

Shein tribal print jacket Tibi black trousers

A statement jacket is an incredibly useful item to have in your wardrobe. In a hurry in the morning? No problem – just sling a bright and bold blazer on over a black outfit and you’re good to go! A few weeks ago I shared my Shein wishlist, and of course this tribal print jacket was included. With so many colours in the print you don’t have to stick to black like I have. I tried it with red and blue trousers but decided on black to make the colours stand out. The jacket would also work over a fitted dress in a solid colour for a more formal look, or jeans and a t-shirt if you wanted to keep it casual.

I don’t wear head-to-toe black as much as I used to because it can drain the colour from my face – something that happens as we get older – but colourful accessories or a jacket help to offset that.

I don’t wear head-to-toe black as much as I used to because it can drain the colour from my face – something that happens as we get older – but colourful accessories or a jacket help to offset that. This Shein tribal print jacket is thin enough to wear under a coat when the weather gets colder but also serves as an eye-catching transitional cover up. I accessorised with gold jewellery and shoes, plus this fun little bag from Zara.

Shein has some great on-trend pieces at very affordable prices. I particularly love the jackets and skirts. You can see how I styled another jacket from the wishlist here. If you’re thinking of ordering something do check the size guide because the sizing is different to UK measurements.

What’s your favourite way to make a fashion statement? I love to read your comments!

Shein tribal print jacket Tibi black trousers

Shein tribal print jacket Zara patch bag

Shein tribal print jacket

Shein tribal print jacket Tibi black trousers

Zara mix and match bag

Wallis gold necklace

Gold Biba sandals

Shein Tribal Print Jacket Tibi Trousers

Jacket: Shein | trousers: Tibi (similar here and here) | shoes: Biba (similar here and here) | bag: Zara | necklace: Wallis | sunglasses: Pucci (similar)

*I was gifted the jacket in exchange for a review, my opinions are honest and unbiased.

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  1. October 18, 2016 / 10:47 am

    That’s such a beautiful jacket and the colours look absolutely gorgeous on you. Oh, and the Zara bag is very cute! x

  2. October 18, 2016 / 8:01 pm

    The jacket is fantastic! It looks lovely on you and I like how you jazzed up an all black look with it! Stopping by from the Confident Twosday linkup!


  3. October 18, 2016 / 8:36 pm

    That jacket is beautiful! I absolutely love all the colors and how it pops against the black!

  4. October 19, 2016 / 10:11 pm

    A jacket can totally change the whole look of an outfit! I love that the all black outfit you chose makes this jacket pop!

  5. October 21, 2016 / 1:08 pm

    Such a gorgeous statement jacket! I like your tip to add a little color to your all black outfits so it doesn’t wash you out!

    Pumps and Push-Ups

  6. October 22, 2016 / 10:49 pm

    Really stunning Emma. And like you say, with all those colours this will go with so much. I like how you’ve kept it young with the acssesories.

  7. November 13, 2016 / 8:14 pm

    The jaket is so nice. And especially on you. My figure isn’t right for short jackets, otherwise I would have just blatantly copied you. The necklace is a great addition to the outfit.

    • December 20, 2016 / 12:45 pm

      Thank you Michelle 🙂

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