1 Trend, 3 Ways: Pretty Tribal Prints

10/12/2011 at 10:00 AM ET

Talk about a bold fashion statement! Everyone from star moms-to-be Beyoncé Knowles (on Oct. 9) and Hilary Duff (on Sept. 24) to celeb kid Ramona Sarsgaard (on Sept. 25) are rocking dresses and skirts with pretty native patterns. And we love it!

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Whether you go for a splash of bright colors or keep it simple with neutral tones, Ikat or indigenious motifs are a great way to add a worldly vibe to your wardrobe.

Ready to shop? We’ve rounded up our top picks — for every budget — below.

Courtesy A Pea in the Pod

Splurge

From the handkerchief hem to the flattering V-neck, we’re loving Rachel Pally‘s Sleeveless High-low Hem Dress ($199).

Plus, it boasts the same print as Beyoncé’s maxi, which is by the same designer but in a different style and color.

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Affordable

Funktional‘s Mayan Knit Skirt ($134) is not only stylish, but it’s comfy too.

The covered elastic waist will more than accommodate your growing belly. It’s no wonder Hilary is such a fan!

Courtesy Crazy 8

Bargain Buy

Crazy 8‘s Print Pleated Dress is a total steal at $9. Even better: Your little one will love the pretty pink and green pattern and pleated neckline.

– Anya Leon

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cannat on

Ramona has gotten so big! She looks just like Maggie! Love that family :)

Lady on

I love Beyonce & Hilary’s looks…pregnant or not. Beyonce honey, it’s time to stop wearing 6inch heels everyday…

Amanda K on

Aw. Ramona looks so sweet! She’s sure grown a lot.

jane on

My daughter has that dress, its from Peas and Queues. She wont take it off!!

Sarah S. on

My fave is Ramona’s dress…wish they had that one in Adult size!

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