Style Spotlight: Leopard Bottoms - Estella

Style Spotlight: Leopard Bottoms

March 06, 2014

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These boho-esque animal print bottoms are such a fun option for the warmer months! They are designed by Children of the Tribe, a Byron Bay, Australia-based line that’s known for creating high-quality and stylish clothes for “free-spirited little people who love to roam in the sand dunes, daydream in treetops, and run barefoot through long grass.” The company stays true to this vision with each collection and its tribal prints, wearable pieces, and hippy vibes have us yearning for warmer weather and days spent playing outside. Plus, the brand has a great blog that’s full of beautiful photo shoots, lifestyle posts, and interviews with Australia’s most creative. Check it out, and shop the who collection here (international shipping is available!).






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