One Tribe Apparel Clothing

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Maybe it was because I was more tomboy than girly girl when I was a teenager but since those days I’ve always had a fondness for loose, comfortable clothing. I wasn’t all hoodies and ratty jeans, I did like things with a feminine touch however I did enjoy clothing that didn’t restrict movement and that I could breath in. Lots of cotton shirts and comfortable jeans were my go-to back in those days. As I got a little older, my tastes changed to reflect more of my liking of feminine clothing but even now, as a mature woman and mother, I still choose clothing that allow me to relax and feel comfortable, no matter what I’m doing.

Recently I was contacted for a partnership opportunity with a company that not only creates stylish clothing that stays true to the days trends but also focuses on keeping the wearer comfortable as well. Keeping their focus on the budding popularity of the Bohemian trend, One Tribe Apparel is based out of Chiang Mai, Thailand, and was dreamt up by Nam Bootd & Khai Daww, a couple who found love together in PAI in 2013, after witnessing just how popular the boho fashion trend had become.

When the concept was first discussed, it was done in the spirit of the serendipitous magic that is found when travelers meet as friends and part as family, as explained by the founders. Living in PAI, the couple recognizes the unique spirit that surrounds the artistic community there and how it helped shape One Tribe Apparel into the company it has blossomed into today.

In addition to providing customers with unique and comfortable clothing like Harem Pants, the Aladdin style, beautiful Kimonos, bags and more, One Tribe Apparel is also dedicated to giving back. In fact, for every item that is sold through their company, One Tribe has pledged to donate $1 to the Elephant Nature Park.


Located 30K from their home base, the Elephant Nature Park has been rescuing and rehabilitating elephants for over 20 years, which is a cause that is helping to preserve the number of elephants in Thailand, which has been slowly dwindling. Now, there are between 3,000 and 4,000 elephants remaining in Northern Thailand. Every donation given to the Elephant Nature Park goes towards medicine and care for the organizations in-home elephants.

To learn more about One Tribe Apparel and their work with the Elephant Nature Park, you can visit them online or become a follower of their social media sites like Facebook|Instagram|Pinterest.


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