Looking for gift ideas for your tribal troupemates? Got a boho bestie who deserves an awesomely stylish #everydaytribal piece for her bungalow? I’ve put together a collection of great gift ideas under $50 that fit the #everydaytribal vibe:

Desert Rose 2018 Belly Dance Calendar with watercolor artwork by dancer/artist Donna Chess  ~$20  (AU$25)


Vintage Images Notecards (Starting at $16.99) from CafePress. You can find these images on tons of other products too, including keychains, tshirts, and Christmas tree ornaments. Check out my favorite vintage bellydancers and art characters card ideas here.


iTunes Gift Cards  – The gift that keeps giving! No need to know your gal pal’s size or personal style, this gift card can be used on anything at iTunes, from music to dance to or movies to curl up with.



A lace and tribal print skirt from D. Webb’s Sale Rack $35 Perfect for dancers or the Everyday Tribal street boho style! D. Webb Designs have a bunch of new merch up – check out the preview collection here!



Paolo Coelho’s The Spy  ($9.99) A short novel based on the life of Mata Hari – spy, ‘bellydancer’ and prostitute. Read my review here.



Cleobella Trini Necklace   ($20) A beautiful necklace from sustainable fashion company Cleobella (learn more about them here  and check out their awesome sale stuff here)



Authentic Indian and Turkmen tassels for backpacks, purses, or costumes from A Lilla Bazaar  starting at $11


Morroccan Style Tile Coasters  ($16.99) Absorbent enough to catch condensation, pretty enough to fit into any boho bungalow!


Gold Berbere Serving Bowls from Accompany $38

“About the designer: Chabi Chic was created to be authentic, chic and trendy. Their ceramic work shops are based in the Marrakech region while also working with artisans from mountain villages of Morocco and the coastal region of Essaouira. All Chabi Chic products are modernized traditional Moroccan designs. The manufacturing techniques are in the same tradition of those that have been used in Morocco for decades. Everything is hand made from start to finish.”


LaLa Bracelets from Accompany – fair trade and handmade in India. ($22.50)

Akambe pens ($12) and/or Mudcloth Journal ($9) from Accompany   “A unique refillable ink pen crafted from wild olive wood by talented Kenyan artisans.  Made by local people in Kenya. Your purchase helps support their business. At Accompany, design is on a mission – shop our global edit, curated from over 40 countries, and let your style do a world of good.”



Personalized mandalas and symbols from The Artful Scribe  (Starting at $36) You can purchase one of her ready-made purposeful mandalas as art or personalize one with a consultation!