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Feral Fawn Native Fashion and Regalia

Collection by Feral Fawn • Last updated 11 weeks ago

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Native fashion by Feral Fawn

Feral Fawn
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Spring Buds Collection

Here is a sneak peek at our new earring collection!

  Native Fashion, Ribbon Skirts, Pink Faux Fur, Native Style, Ribbon Work, Maroon Color, Fur Trim, High Waisted Skirt, Cotton Fabric

Winter Ribbon Skirt with Pink Faux-Fur Trim

This ribbon skirt is made with premium cotton fabric in a maroon color. The ribbon work colors are gold, peach, light pink, and maroon. In the picture the waist is sitting at 32" and can be adjusted smaller if needed. Just make note of it in the check out. The waist can go to a maximum of 38".

  Native American Clothing, American Apparel, Native Fashion, Ribbon Skirts, Native Style, Fur Trim, Calgary, Lace Skirt, Faux Fur

Winter Ribbon Skirt with Faux-Fur Trim

Feral Fawn is a Canadian Native owned business. We offer high quality native american clothing, and accessories, for men and women.

We are currently registering young Braves with braids who could use some recognition and encouragement. Our nonprofit initiative was started in hopes of supporting our young boys to continue the connection to our culture, and ancestors, through their braids. We recognize this can be challenging in today's world and we want the youth to know, we see you, and appreciate your efforts in keeping this tradition alive. Braided T Shirts, Native Fashion, Native Style, Young Boys, Connection, Encouragement, Braids, Youth, Culture

Braves Wear Braids Initiative

We are currently registering young Braves with braids who could use some recognition and encouragement. Our nonprofit initiative was started in hopes of supporting our young boys to continue the connection to our culture, and ancestors, through their braids. We recognize this can be challenging in today's world and we want the youth to know, we see you, and appreciate your efforts in keeping this tradition alive.