Whether you call it soccer, futbol, or something else entirely… Chances are that this sport plays an important role in your life. According to the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), more than 240 million people play soccer around the world. As the weather gets warmer and your little citizens pull their cleats and jerseys out of hibernation, we started thinking more about this beloved pastime and dove into all the great soccer information out there. So, in the spirit of Citizens FC, Tea’s Buy One, Give One soccer jersey program, we thought we’d take a moment to learn a little more about the history of soccer, a sport that brings people together all over the globe.
Meet Irene Rinaldi, the artist behind the beautiful floral design on one of our newest tees. We fell in love with her work and were thrilled when she agreed to design a graphic for our Italian Collection!
We love seeing your #littlecitizens on Instagram. Your pictures continue to inspire us and feel the #teacollection love. We’ve rounded up our favorite recent Instagrams and are sharing them with you here. Don’t forget to keep using #teacollection, #littlecitizens, #kidslovetea to be featured on our TeaCollection.com gallery… We may even repost one of your pictures!
(from top to bottom, left to right: @chantillyinwanderland // @aquabluey // @robynehayes // @iriei // @ shannahunneyman // @everydayinfilm // @good_on_paper // @jess11gray // @mrskittymitch)
On our first full day in Italy, we were set to tour the Amalfi coast. Our guide picked us up from the hotel early that morning and off we went to explore Priano, Amalfi, Ravello, Marmorata, Minori, Salerno and everything in between. On our way through Positano we passed a linen shop on the top of the hill and asked the van to stop for us to run in. The linens hanging on the porch of the store were gorgeous and we wanted a closer look. The shop had everything type of linen garment you could imagine!
We walked in and were greeted by a lovely woman. She helped us navigate the store and mentioned it was a family business. Jet lag was tough and it was an early morning for everyone… As I wandered through the store, I couldn’t stop yawning. A stout man with thick rimmed glasses caught me mid-yawn and asked, “Caffè?”. Embarrassed, I politely declined. He asked again and assured me that his brew would wake me up. He introduced himself as Vito, “the owner of this store!” and insisted that I needed a caffè. How could I say no to this? I agreed to coffee and followed him to the back room of his shop.
We landed in Naples, stopped for pizza at Ciro a Santa Lucia, toured the National Archaeological Museum, hopped in the van and took off to Positano. It was a whirlwind day, but then again that’s how most Tea trips go… we always seem to hit the ground running (and in this case, quite literally, as we ran from customs in Rome to our flight to Naples!). Planning a trip to the Amalfi coast can be a bit daunting because there’s just so much to see and do. Here, we share a bit of our coastal itinerary for a few tips to help your family travel the Tea way!
Back for the summer in fresh new prints, our beloved maxi dress is perfect for playtime—anytime, all the time. You’ll find our maxi’s feature beautiful geometric and floral prints inspired by the ceramic tile in cliff-side towns along the Amalfi coast. Learn more about the inspiration behind our prints!
This season, Tea is partnering with The Global Fund for Children to give back to their grantees all around the world. This month, we’re featuring Iroda in Dushanbe, Tajikistan. Learn more about this wonderful organization below.