girls clothes Archive
Kwaito, a style of dance music from Johannesburg that is often called the sound of the new South Africa, is the rhythm behind this print. Shop the Kwaito Smocked Peplum Dress here.
How do you mix & match tea? The options seem endless! While our wardrobe sets make it easy for you purchase select styles to mix & match, it’s important to take note of all of the possibilities! You can make a statement by mixing patterns or play it safe with shades of
Take key pieces from winter into spring. Make them work extra time by mixing and matching. Double up on layers for the colder months and when it starts to get warmer, leave the long layer at home. Here is one of our favorite layered girls outfits: Polokwane Hoodie Flower Petal Top Sunset
On our trip to the Limpopo Region, our designers were struck by the beautiful beading and embroidery on Nceka cloths. The Nceka cloth is a traditional cloth worn over the upper body by Tsonga and Shangaan women. Oftentimes it is an indigo dyed fabric embellished with beads and safety pins by the
Did you ever receive a bow tied perfectly that you never wanted to untie it? Fret not. We have a simple instructional video on how to tie an asymmetrical bow on a dress. We had Isabelle demonstrate on Lily’s Emmy Dress.
One of the many inspiring artists we discovered in Scandinavia was Swedish ceramicist, Lisa Larson. We loved how Larson, played with flower and leaf shapes to create creatures (pictured above). We wanted to use the same idea of creating a Scandinavian creature out of plant elements. I collected a variety of internet images and actual plant pieces that
The following is written by Emily Meyer, Tea Collection’s Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer. How awesome is Modern Family the TV show?! It’s so funny and I just love the weave of contemporary themes and some of the most socially relevant story telling. It turns out that the actress that plays Lily,
Our latest diy project was inspired by the Lunefuld Dress’ whimsical flowers. Create bouquets for pennies rather than benjamins. Materials: -pencils -scissors -thin cardboard (we used a file folder) -green pipe cleaners -rainbow variety of tissue paper Step 1: Start drawing flower petal shapes onto thin cardboard. Download our flower petal
Download your Ride the Magic Bike Activity Printout. Once you’re done, submit your creation to firstname.lastname@example.org for your chance to win a $100 Tea gift certificate! Every month, Tea staff will pick one artistic little citizen to win! Honorable mentions will also be uploaded into their own featured blog post. Let your creative