What a Buddhaful Day

April 25, 2014

Feel Good Friday

It’s safe to say that Taaluma Totes are wacky.  We’re always on the prowl for the craziest fabrics to represent each country.  This week, we're highlighting a fabric that might look more ordinary at first glance.  Look deeper though and you'll find it's extraordinarily OUT of the ordinary.

When you think of Thailand, you can’t help but think of Buddhist monks.  Everywhere you look, you will see the beauty of Buddhism... Truly Buddhaful.  One day while hiking at a waterfall, we stumbled upon this fella and had a little stroke of inspiration.  Why not share THIS color...a true representation of Thailand...with the world?

Waterfall Monk

"See the miracle of a single flower, and your whole world will change."- Buddha 

"What you imagine, you create"

"What you think, you become.  What you feel, you attract.  What you imagine, you create." - Buddha

Introducing a tote from our new collection, the special edition monk tote!  Carry this one with peace, happiness, and wisdom.

Monk Robe Tote - FrontMonk Robe Tote - Back

Here's to having a Buddhaful Day and Feeling Good, because after all it's Friday!

-Jack & Alley

Co-Founders

 

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