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 regular customers, who uses the tribal components from A Lilla Bazaar for a reason that I was NOT expecting….

“Hi Liz! I’m a Arabian Horse Halter designer!
I have been in business for eight years and sell my creations all over the world!
Here is what I created using your featured store which I purchased goods for:”

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HA! How fantastic is that? Arabian horse halters with genuine Middle Eastern, Central American, and North African tribal components.

The store is called Heirloom Halters, and here are some of their pieces worn by some absolutely gorgeous creatures.

Dare I say it – #EverydayTribal Horses?

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Elizabeth Jensen on one of her beauties from Moss Rose Farm in Idaho

 

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Magic Wan of Byatt Arabians in Texas on the cover of Arabian Horse Times Magazine

 

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Another from the Moss Rose Farm photo shoot

 

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Aggie Shai, from Pocket O Pride Arabians in Missouri

 

 

Alright, so that means that we’ve had #EverydayTribal cats AND horses now. So it’s time to ask for the pooch parents to submit their #EverydayTribal DOGS now!

Submit your #everydaytribalPoochphoto

You can post your photos on our Facebook at www.facebook.com/everydaytribal, tag us on Instagram @Everydaytribal or simply add your photos here in the comment section!

 

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