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Spring Fashion Trends 2008: Zebra Print




Zebra print accessories are nice for some, but others can handle more of the dizzying, color-sapped pattern. If you are one such wild and crazy girl, feast your eyes on these drool-worthy zebra print fashions fresh off the Spring 2008 runways. Tuleh's all-over zebra print coat exudes wearable couture; Proenza Schouler's sleeveless dress takes zebra to a not unlikely tribal place; and Derek Lam serves up zebra print in modern, ladylike separates. Get inspired, then look for zebra print fashions at a store near you.

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Comments
My friend has a pair of steve madden zebra print shoes that she absolutely loves. I don't really like the zebra prints on anything frankly. I like the leopard print but not the zebra.
#1 fdiary (Homepage) on 2008-03-09 20:58 (Reply)
Are these the ones?
http://www.shoes.com/product.asp?catalog_name=web&product_id=5057567&variant_id=EC1078515&CMP=OTC-GoogleBase&partnerid=GoogleBase&cpc=GoogleBase&=campaign=Steve+Madden&category=W&cpckw=Steve+Madden+Women's+Laveda+Shoe+(Zebra+Mohair)&CAWELAID=126991528

if so, they are hot hot hot! I'd wear them with a pale gray tunic dress and yellow clutch (ah, fashion daydreams...)
#1.1 The Budget Babe on 2008-03-11 09:15 (Reply)
LOVE zebra!!!!! LOVE IT! I love this print always, and done RIGHT it can look fabulous!
#2 Peaches on 2008-03-09 21:36 (Reply)
zealous for zebra, are we? hehe. I love it in small doses. tried to get a zebra print shower curtain from Target last weekend, but the bf wouldn't have it...lol
#2.1 The Budget Babe on 2008-03-11 09:11 (Reply)
Of the animal prints, zebra is my favorite! Actually, it is the only one I like. Only small doses for me though :-)

BTW, a zebra print shower curtain? That sounds fabulous!!
#3 Psyche (Homepage) on 2008-03-11 21:33 (Reply)
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