One Tribe Apparel is a Bohemian fashion brand that began when two travelers fell in love with Thailand’s Bohemian styles. That is why they decided to bring them back to to the west in a socially conscious way! Their products are sourced and made in Thailand by local artisans who are paid fair wages. With each purchase, they also take their social conscious efforts a step further by making a donation to the Elephant Nature Park in Chang Mai, Thailand. Elephant Nature Park rescues and cares for endangered animals so they can roam freely in a safe environment.
One Tribe Apparel sets themselves apart from other companies. Why? They believe the best way to showcase their unique styles across six continents and 16 countries is having their customers model their apparel.
Small handbags are normally not a day-to-day seamless fit for my lifestyle, yet a crossbody bag like the Dakota Fringe Rustic Brown Suede Crossbody Bag ($85) is a must for those occasions that I want to travel light. I have a tendency to carry a lot, whereas a small handbag requires eliminating the need to carry bulky and sometimes unnecessary items. Partnering the unconventional, non-bourgeois, and spirited Bohemian style with effortless femininity, the Dakota Fringe Rustic Brown Suede Crossbody Bag is gorgeously diversified! I like how easily it can be dressed up or down, making it the ideal companion for jaunting the city or everyday life. It is also well-priced, considering the high quality and durability.
One Tribe Apparel offers a vast selection of pants and leggings in fashion-forward with playful prints, flattering silhouettes, and vibrant colors. The Arabesque Leggings and Bayadere Leggings that I opted for are superb in style. They’re also everything I look for in leggings! They fit snugly without sacrificing comfort since there’s nothing more uncomfortable than something nipping at your hips. I love that they’re stretchy as well as thigh and derriere-flattering without the abject horror of leaving little to the imagination. They can also seamlessly take me from yoga sessions to running errands.
Hand-stitched harem pants, yoga straps, and kimonos in vibrant patterns at One Tribe Apparel are perfect for yoga and adventure – all brought from the hills of Pai, Thailand. $1.00 per sale goes to elephant rescue at the Elephant Nature Park in Chiang Mai.