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Animal Instinct

Posted on May 27 2019

Spring's urban-safari look: how to wear safari shades

Over the past few years, leopard print has become a permanent fixture in our closets. But for SS19, it’s time for some fresh motifs to shine: enter zebra, tiger and snake print.
On the other hand, Safari uniforms traditionally come in neutral tones so adventurers can fade into the background and explore all territories. However, this season, a neutral fit will actually help you stand out – especially when it comes in the form of NOHOW new collection. The new season by NOHOW is filled with desert beiges, earthy browns, jungle khakis and much more.

Below are three of our favourite looks including jackets, tops, accessories and trainers, so you can customise your day and night outfits, and everything in-between.

Ready for the city hunt

Spring season is all about layering. What about facing the day in the urban landscape with an animalier vibe?

Start things off right with a lightweight jacket and team it with an animal print t-shirt to add a more vibrant edge.

A pair of comfy sweatpants are just the perfect match and will be your loyal companion throughout the day.

With plain trainers such as these, colour-matching possibilities are endless.

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Denim or smart?

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With transitional weather approaching, having more than one outfit options can be advantageous.

Here we have one casual look – pairing classic denim ripped jeans, one basic sand t-shirt and plain sneakers – as opposed to a smarter take on safari trends.

The sophisticated alternative here displays classic trousers, a military-style shirt with big pockets and chelsea boots. Who’d you like to be today?

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Underground vibes

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We know life in the city can be hectic. Why not play it down in a simple T-shirt and washed-out gabardine jacket combo?

Pair it with some lightweight denim trousers to keep things chill.

Let accessories do the rest and make the difference!

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