The first place I spotted the tribal-esque print was via the Bordered Bolts Skirt ($128) at Wayne's Anthropologie.
Looks like Anthro's really jumping on the Ikat bandwagon. They're offering the print through a number of products, like the Dynamic Ikat Bedding ($58-$268)...
...the Embroidered Ikat Shade ($128)...
...and the Wanderlust Ikat Journal ($28).
Here is Akiko's Belted Drape Tank Dress ($173), available at Revolve Clothing. To quote Miley Cyrus, "It's pretty cool."
Naturally, I searched for ikat at J.Crew, and came across the Ikat Gathered Vest ($198). I'm kind of surprised they aren't offering more by way of ikat; furthermore, the vest seems like a risky incarnation for the print, when they could have just capitalized off the trend via a scarf or something.
J.Crew Factory is offering the Printed Sylvie Skirt ($49.50 on sale), which kinda looks ikat-like.
Here is Juicy Couture's Ikat Print Scarf ($68). Meh, I kinda like the print better when it's in more vibrant colors.
Ann Taylor Loft's Tribal Ikat Shorts ($39.99 on sale) would look really cute paired with espadrilles or booties like the model's wearing.
I even came across an ikat print prom dress in Shoshanna's "Bali" Ikat Printed Maxi Dress ($430)!
It's listed under "Prom" at Bloomingdale's, but I think it'd look cute as a fancy summer dress. Although I have no idea where anyone would wear it.
I love these women's Obsorn Ikat Oxfords ($148), available via UrbanOutfitters.com.
Oooh! I'm really loving Urban Outfitters' Indigo Ikat Slipper Chair ($329). Very West Elm.