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Everyday Tribal.

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

Dream Catchers & SandSilkSky

One of my favorite blends of beauty and belief is manifested in the art of the dream catcher.  Though widely incorporated across cultures and in mainstream fashion and decor, let's not forget the real symbolic nature of these tribal objects. ... Continue Reading →

Interview with Rosie, former flamenco dancer with National Spanish Ballet

Before taking off for the holidays, we asked you to chip in some questions for our interview with Rosie from one of our favorite Etsy shops full of tribal jewelry.  Rosie spent 10 years dancing and touring professionally with the... Continue Reading →

The Incredible Herodotean Collection from Aguja y Clavo

Caitlin Leonor owns a jewelry boutique called  Aguja y Clavo , but this isn't your average jewelry-maker.  (There's always a special twist to the boutiques we feature on Everyday Tribal!) Caitlin is a global explorer and cultural connoisseur in her own... Continue Reading →

Behind the Curtain with Michelle Sorensen

We LOVE going "behind the curtain" with headlining performers of tribal bellydance! We see them work their magic on stage, pose perfectly in photos, and inspire us with ass-kicking classes.   Now, we sneak behind the glitz and glam to find... Continue Reading →

Q & A with Rosie, former flamenco dancer

I found a store on Etsy called Gypsy Trader Treasure one day while rounding up beauties for a birthstone inspiration collage. When I read the shop owner's biography, I was so intrigued that I have gone back again and again... Continue Reading →

My fab new scarf from Graffiti Tam Tam

Yes, today I am sharing an entire post about my new scarf. That's because I've been ogling items from Etsy shop Graffiti Tam Tam for almost a year now, thanks to their gorgeous Instagram page, and through a fabulously chance... Continue Reading →

Book Review: A Thousand Splendid Suns

"Born a generation apart and with very different ideas about love and family, Mariam and Laila are two women brought jarringly together by war, by loss and by fate. As they endure the ever escalating dangers around them—in their home as well as in the streets of Kabul—they come to form a bond that makes them both sisters and mother-daughter to each other, and that will ultimately alter the course not just of their own lives but of the next generation."

Cleobella’s Crazy Sale RIGHT NOW!

Remember Cleobella? They're one of the Fair Trade Fashion Spotlight brands we've done this year. Well they're running some crazy sales right now and I had to share before Cyber Monday kicks in!  If  you're like me - boho on... Continue Reading →

Dances of Rajasthan

  Last week we took a quick trip to Rajasthan, India.  Now it's time to get to the heart of what matters most to us tribalistas - music, dance, and fashion.   So now that you've gotten a glimpse of the... Continue Reading →

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