Red, White & Blue-tiful!

July 03, 2015

Feel Good Friday
This tri-colored weekend calls for celebration of all the red, white, and the blue-tiful places beyond our own borders…
From the incREDible dirt roads of Vietnam, 
incREDible Vietnam

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...to the deWHITEful waterfalls of Iceland,
deWHITEful Iceland

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and the BLUEtiful coastline off the tip of South Africa.
BLUEtiful South Africa

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This world is blue-ming with patriotic colors, and we've brought some of them back with us for the occasion...

 Red Guatemala ToteWhite Indonesia ToteBlue Indonesia Tote

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So here's to exploring from sea to shining sea, and to feeling good—cause after all it’s Friday!

-Jack & Alley, Co-Founders

PS.  We will be re-airing on ABC’s Shark Tank tonight (July 3rd) at 8pm ET…join us for the fabric frenzy!




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