Singida the Same Tune

March 25, 2016

Feel Good Friday

Some travelers take their adventures to the next level. While exploring another country, they find traditional fabric to continue carrying that culture back home. Take Rachael.  She let her heart Sing(ida) by heading straight for Singida, Tanzania!

She hit it off with Tanzanian women who Singida the same tune...

Locals Who Singida the Same Tune

She found her own traditional fabric that Singida out to her...

Fabric that Singida Out to Her

And after sending us the fabric to turn into her custom Tanzania Tote, now she'll Singida a Tanzania song everywhere she goes!

Singida a Tanzania Song

With custom totes, you Singida your own song.  A song about your travels.  A song about a culture you explored.  A song about a country that reminds you just how good it feels to Singida again!

So here's to finding YOUR song to Singida, and to feeling good—because after all, it's Friday!

-Jack & Alley, Co-Founders
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