At Tea, we live by a mantra: “We Go There.” And although we love traveling across the globe, we don’t think you have to cross an ocean to find adventure. You could explore a whole new world that’s just across the street. This fall, we’re celebrating local explorations and sending your little citizen on a quest for adventure!
We invite you to explore your world and enter for a chance to win $1,000 to shop Tea! So… where do you begin?
Striped saddle blankets and vintage floral wallpaper, simple geometric shapes and lace accents. Our newest styles combine traditional equestrian details with the charm and romance of life on an estancia. From our twill riding pants to our blanket inspired sweaters, all little citizens can have a piece of estancia style in September.
Looking for fall flannels, thermals and corduroys? We’ve got you covered. You’ll find cozy fabrics for boy in cool silhouettes that will last all season (and beyond!). Corduroy pants with a rugged workman’s shape, reversible flannel and quilted jackets and even a hybrid sweater jean jacket. Learn more about our super soft and warm offerings, guaranteed to keep him warm and comfortable while playing in the leaves!
Have you ever heard the story of the man and his two horses that trekked all the way from Buenos Aires to New York City? Most would say it is unbelievable, but in 1925, Aimé Félix Tschiffely embarked on a 3 year, 10,000 mile solo journey, with his two criollo horses named Gato and Mancha. Tschiffely and his horses crossed deadly deserts, passed through jungles, sky-high mountain passes and the Panama Canal.
You’ll be happy to hear that one of your favorite styles has been revamped for fall! This fall’s midi skirt is perfect for cooler temperatures and can be easily dressed up for special occasions or dressed down for school picnics. Read on to see the outfits we’ve pulled together that let our Evita Midi Skirt shine!
On our trip through Argentina, we had the pleasure of staying at La Candelaria del Monte, a fully working estancia in the Las Pampas region of Argentina. We met the owner, a real-life South American gaucho (cowboy), named Sebastián Goñi. Sebastián shared with us what it’s like to live on an estancia, and all the work that goes into running the farm. This September, you will find many graphics and prints inspired by the estancia itself: gauchos, criollo horses, open fields and trails. Our hope is that all little citizens feel the spirit of estancia life in their own home through these designs.
In Italy, your Sunday dinner may consist of pasta and meatballs. In England you might have a Sunday roast. In Argentina, no weekend is complete without an asado! Asado is to Argentina as barbecue is to the United States. The term is used for both a range of cooking techniques and the physical act of the social gathering. If you are lucky enough to be invited to an Argentinian asado, you will not be disappointed, and we can promise you that you won’t leave hungry!