Although some of my mother’s family is part of the Indian tribe Haliwa-Saponi
, I did not grow up around the culture or Native American relatives, I do not identify much with the percentage that is in me, and I did not attend a pow wow until a few years ago. I have grown to admire it and have noticed, like everyone, that tribal prints and Native American inspired designs have become increasingly popular.
In this post are a couple photos I took at the pow wow in 2009, and a few of the many Indian-inspired clothing articles and accessories I have come across. By many I mean I seriously had to narrow it down – fashion is full of tribal prints and Native American symbols lately. I’ve been looking into this trend for quite a while.
WILDFOX SUMMER HEADDRESS T-SHIRT – ASOS
WILDFOX DREAM WEAVER TANK – ASOS
TRIBAL PRINT SWEETHEART DRESS – FOREVER 21
NIZHONI TRIBAL PRINT ROMPER – LULU’S
TRIBAL CROP TOP – FOREVER 21
DREAM CATCHER BAG – TOPSHOP
SANDALS – SOLESTRUCK
DREAM CATCHER NECKLACE – TOPSHOP