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September 02, 2016

Feel Good Friday

Known for its long Mediterranean coast and even longer history, Greece was a Poseidon-e deal for traveler Kaytlyn. She was looking for a great place to explore—and Greece fit the bill to the Aphrodite-e!

With architecture that is second to Parthenon-e…

Greek Architecture

Greece earned a spot at the top of her bucket Acropolis-t...

Bucket List

And Kaytlyn brought back some of its most Athen-tic fabric to share those Greek blues and whites with you too.

Blues and Whites

So, it's time to add a breath of fresh Ares to the Taaluma collection with the new Greece Tote (by Kaytlyn Croy)... 

Greece Tote (by Kaytlyn Croy)

(Greece Tote by Kaytlyn Croy)

And a few more Traveler Edition totes for you to put to good Zeus

Thailand Tote (by Kristen Brendel)

(Thailand Tote by Kristen Brendel)

China Tote (by Brandi Guarneri)

(China Tote by Brandi Guarneri)

Peru Tote (by Mattie Gottbrath)

(Peru Tote by Mattie Gottbrath)

Here’s to Greece-ing your wheels for a journey of your own & to feeling good—because after all, it’s Friday!

Jack & Alley, Co-Founders

(Find fabric for your own line of totes)




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