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5 ways to wear harem pants

If you are looking for versatile, comfy stylish pants that never go out of style, then harem style is a definite go-to! Here are our tips for making you stand out in style with these iconic pieces.     #1 Casual Look: Style your favorite pair of harems with any black, gray, beige/brown, or white crop top - to point the wonder of the pants in fullest. Asymmetrical tops look very cute with the wide cut of harem pants - so any shirts, blouses, sweaters or tops with uneven sides will look fantastic!     #2 Street Style Look: If urban/street style is your style, vamp up your harem pants with simple, loose or oversized shirts, vests, and/or jackets. Accessorize...

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Kundalini White Clothing

“You are an eternal being of light and love. You are a child of God and abundance is your inheritance. You are at a deep level one with the whole universe and therefore everything you need already exists within you. Everything!” ~ #CissiWilliams ....@joelmichaelme wearing Ceremonial White Light Shorts - perfect for your kundalini yoga practice...

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Journey into a Hand Block Printing Tradition

This is the first block printed fabric design I created together with @imprintedstory using their special wooden blocks!I am in love with this smooth rayon fabric, the color and the prints! And Im so happy to discover IM.PRINTED company, since we share the same desire to help and empower those who are less fortunate than us. While im working with the village women on making the clothes, Petra, the owner of @imprintedstory works with local women from Bagru on creating block printed fabrics and preserving their 400 years old tradition!

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Co-Creation

Learning new stitches together, laughing and sharing good moments- this is a true co-creation, sacred, beautiful, and uplifting...  I cannot express with words how grateful I am to be able to spend time with these wonderful women and share knowledge with them and create beautiful pieces together.  Even language stops being an issue when you sit down to craft. There is always a way to show, illustrate and explain with gestures, as long as desire is there- everything is possible. 

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