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Cape-tivated by South Africa

January 15, 2016

Feel Good Friday

Taaluma has finally taken a trip to the southern tip of Africa.  A trip that left us cape-tivated by South Africa's cape-ital city—Cape Town.

With clear blue ocean landsCapes to one side...

Ocean LandsCapes

and cloud Cape-d mountains to the other...

Cloud Cape-d Mountains

it will forever be remembered as “the Great EsCape!”

The Great EsCape

And to celebrate this es-Cape-ade, we have a new country to add to the Taaluma collection…with the new South Africa Tote!

New South Africa Tote

This limited edition tote will be available to everyone else in 24 hours, but we're sharing it with you and the Feel Good Friday family now:

Sneak Peek of New South Africa Tote

Here’s to being Cape-tivated by South Africa and to feeling good—because after all, it's Friday!

-Jack & Alley, Co-Founders
(Travelers: @woodmostlikely, @rileyh5, @sol_sistahhh)




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