Bohemian Unisex Fashion for the Spiritual Mind

Some people say “You are what you wear”, and when it comes to spirituality- we couldn’t agree more!
Spiritual people wear their faith and way of life on them, like a calling card or a sign that says “I believe in something bigger”.

The way to dress spiritually has changed drastically in the past several years.
Back in the early 2000’s, people who wear spiritual used long and loose clothing to symbolize their beliefs. Skirts with tie-dye colors, multiple jewelry accessories, and simple fabrics.
These days- there are different ways to display your spirituality, while still wearing when is most comfortable to you- a comfy cotton tshirt, a warming hoodie, a lovely tank top, and more!

OwlSupreme – Spiritual shirts & fashion

OwlSupreme is an Etsy store dedicated to creating unique spiritual prints and patterns that are featured on comfy modern-day clothing items like shirts, hoodies, sweatshirts, tank tops, and more.
These unique designs are placed on every day unisex items that would go well with any look you choose to wear today… A fancy SHANTI skirt, or those awesome denim jeans you love so much.
Here are some of our favorite designs from this Etsy shop:

Designs featuring the 7 chakras, Buddha, and the spiritual Yoga lotus… All made with vivid and unique colors, in a special digital drawing technique, and printed on these items with perfection!

Beautiful fashion tshirts and tanks that are always in style, showing off your beliefs and sending out spiritual zen vibes into the world!
As this shop is ever growing- more and more items are being added, and we just can’t wait to see what comes next!
If you want to make sure you always see the latest collections of zen clothing OwlSupreme has to offer- make sure to follow them on social media!

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Maya Mey Aroyo

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