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We Ecu'adore You!

May 06, 2016

Feel Good Friday

Ecuador is a country chock full of awesome people with equally awesome stories.  You can’t help but Ecu’adore this place and Ecu’admire its people!

Our main man, Moreno, is running a family business hand-carving wooden surf boards to get your Ecu’adrenaline pumping:

Ecu'adrenaline

Don Jorge is a coconut Ecu'advocate with 67 years of coconut cracking under his belt:

Ecu'advocate

And Maria is a huge Ecu’addition to the textile markets of the Andes Mountains:

Ecu'addition

We Ecu’admit that we are slightly Ecu’addicted to this country!

And we thought it was time to Ecu’adopt some of its fabric into the Taaluma collection for you to Ecu’adore too!

Turquoise Ecuador Tote White Ecuador Tote

(Shop Ecuador Totes Here)

So here's to a country filled with Ecu'adventure, and to feeling good—because after all, it's Friday!

-Jack & Alley, Co-Founders




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