Recently I became a Brand Ambassador for One Tribe Apparel. I am so excited to be working with them because their styles speak to my inner gypsy. I was born in 1969 and obviously raised in the 70's - the time of the original boho styles!
One Tribe was founded by two lovely souls Mitchell and Fai.
From Mitchell and Fai:
"One Tribe Apparel was created to bring bohemian apparel from around the world back to the west and to capture the serendipitous magic that happens when travelers meet as friends and part ways as family."
What a beautiful sentiment! Today I am going to be showing you one of the two pair of pants I received. I will be posting another style at a later time. Today I am wearing the same pair that Mitchell is in the photo above, the Honey Hive Harem Pants in Copper and Blue.
Want comfortable fashion? I know I do most of the time. Sure I love getting dressed up in all types of stylish clothing, but when I am at home, relaxing and just enjoying my day to day life, this is the way to go!
I have to admit, I have never seen boho pants like this with pockets! In fact I cant recall the last time I came across a company dedicated to boho pants like One Tribe Apparel.
Some women my age may be worried that boho pants are only for the young thin girls. I feel that One Tribe Apparel's boho pants to be quite slimming! Plus, one size in fact does fit most! I am not a skinny chick and their regular sized pants fit me perfectly. They also fit my son's girlfriend who does not even weight 100 pounds!
Here is a little information about One Tribe Apparel's sizing:
Standard Size Fits Most XS/S/M
Large Size Fits Most M/L/XL
Elastic Waist & Ankles for Flexible Fit
Waist Length: 22" - 44"
Max Leg Length: 42"
Inseam Length: 28"
Personally I love that there is elastic at the ankles since I am a short person, only 5 foot three inches.
If you ask me, One Tribe Apparel is for every women. For the artist, the mystical soul, the creative spirit, the explorer, the one who seeks comfort, the dancer, the musician, the poet, the dreamer. Each of us have one of these women inside of us, or someone like it.
I am reminded of the poem by Tolken: