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Everyday Tribal.

Tribal bellydance and Boho lovers: articles, inspiration, ethnographies and boho lifestyle

Malta: Where North Africa Meets the Mediterranean

You know those clickbait articles that pop up on Facebook that tempt you with "25 Places You Should See Before You Die" that end up just making you depressed that the furthest place you'll probably go before you die is... Continue Reading →

Troupe Logo Contest!!!

Cassi loved her feature so much that she offered up a pretty exciting prize for all the troupes of bellydancers that are regular readers of Everyday Tribal. (Wait..who's Cassi?  Go back and read the recent piece on this fabulous tribal-style... Continue Reading →

Meet Cassi: The Graphic Designer Behind Kami Liddle’s Krysalis Poster

    If you haven't been hiding under a rock for the last few months, you've probably seen this gorgeous poster advertising Kami Liddle's new dance program series, Krysalis. It's a striking graphic design, and it was only a few... Continue Reading →

9 of YOUR #everydaytribal looks we love!

We're feelin the love! Here are 9 random candid shots of our readers rocking an #everydaytribal look that is everything that we are about.  Give each other some love - which looks are your fav? Let us know in the... Continue Reading →

The Tribal Fashion of… Arabian Horses?

  A few weeks back, we did a post about the shop A Lilla Bazaar and how they work with families in the Swat Valley for trade and personal assistance. Not long after, I was contacted by one of their... Continue Reading →

Celebrating Women as Providers

Festival of the Virgin of Candelaria - Puno, Peru Festival of the Virgin of Urkupiña - Quillacollo, Bolivia   This is an excerpt from the book Celebrating Women by Paola Gianturco, reproduced from her website, http://www.celebratingwomen.com "The Quechua tribal people in... Continue Reading →

Celebrating Women As Virgins: Swaziland

This is an excerpt from the book Celebrating Women by Paola Gianturco Umhlanga, The Reed Dance - Lobamba, Swaziland "Ndileka Mabusa attended college in Pretoria. Because she has been out of the country, she has never participated in a Reed Dance. As... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Celebrating Women

Years ago, my mom met author Paola Gianturco and bought us each a copy of her then new book "Celebrating Women." This has been one of my favorite coffee table books, and in light of the recent holiday celebrating women,... Continue Reading →

11 Cats Who are more #EverdayTribal than me.

Cats in costumes, cats helping their mamas get into costume, cats making it difficult for mama to make costumes, and cats lounging around like goddesses while mama is probably wishing she was IN costume... @auryoriental on Instagram Alice Giampieri, of BellyQueen... Continue Reading →

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