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In the Rosebank neighborhood of Johannesburg, the textiles at the large indoor craft market boggled our minds and inspired this print.
Sizes 0-3 M
For the littlest guy who can't get enough stripes.
Sizes 0-3 M to 12-18 M
Hout Bay is a fishing town on Cape Point where boats and buildings wear bright colors. We took those shades and turned them into stripes
Sizes 6-12 M to 12
This strappy romper will have her ready for high-summer fun.
This romper blooms from fall until spring.
Never underestimate the charm of a single peplum ruffle.
Even the little one loves hitting the beach in surf-inspired style. Play in the sand from morning until nap in this bright surf print. Don't forget to bring your sunblock.
Hit the beach in this surf-inspired romper for play all day (bring your sunblock). Brought to you by the City of Durban, known among surfers for its killer waves.
Sizes 2 to 12
The textiles and pottery in South Africa opened our eyes to fresh possibilities in pattern. This print is our take on what we saw.
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.
Sizes 3-6 M to 12-18 M
In Woodstock, an arty neighborhood of Cape Town, this print would fit right in.
Because you're never too young for high-seas adventure.
Strappy, sporty romper for fun in the sun.
Modern design meets nature's magic-in a tidepool.
When the cacti bloom in South Africa, they light up the landscape like nature's fireworks.
Sizes 18-24 M to 12
Wrap her in a floral symbol of health, good luck and long life.
Inspired by modern South African baskets and the colors of the sunset, this airy romper will keep your little sunshine comfortable and cute on warm spring days.
At the Ardmore Ceramics Art Studio in South Africa, artists paint pottery with patterns that you cannot believe. Inspired by what we saw there, we created this dancing floral print.
In Cape Town, we found amazing stuffed animals made of fabric scraps. Your little guy will have a whale of a time in this patchwork-themed romper.
This print is named for Desmond Tutu, South African human rights activist. It's hard to make a print worthy of a Nobel Peace Prize winner, but this fabric, in its harmonious mix of colors, is our attempt.
On the Cape of Good Hope, the lilies grow as wild as they do on this dress.
When he wears this boldly striped romper, he'll be heard without saying a word.
Sizes 12-18 M
Â"Nogazi," roughly translated, means "handsome and commanding respect." An appropriate message for your little guy!
The surf's up from now until sunset for your little one in this beach-ready romper.
Soft, ribbed cotton provides lightweight, stretchy warmth.
Sizes 0-3 M to 6-12 M
In the town of Elim, tribal artisans create geometric beadwork on printed cloth. Here, we make beads with printed dots.
The tile detail in this design recalls our special visit to Venda textiles. The fish is a species found only at Tea.
In the style of vintage tourism posters, the spotted cats race across a map of Africa. Don't miss the textured embroidery.
The gazania, or treasure flower blooms early all over South Africa, spreading good cheer wherever it appears.
Timeless nautical stripes, transformed by Tea.
Begin the fall season with a strong and beautiful blue.
Soweto, short for Southwestern Township, is a large Johannesburg neighborhood where Desmond Tutu and other leaders planted the seeds of racial reconciliation back in the 1970s.
Sizes 6-12 M
Because it blooms in cold weather, the plum blossom is a sign of strength. And because it has five petals, it brings good luck.
The savanna is calling. Pick up the phone.
Sizes 0-3 M to 3-6 M
We loved the water village of Zhouzhuang. With its many canals, it felt like Venice. But with its ancient houses, it could only be China.
The ribbed cotton makes it comfortable. The stripes make it rock.
Sizes 3-6 M to 6-12 M
Along the beach in the surf town of Muizenberg, colorful changing huts are part of the attraction.
South Africa attracts as many sharks as it does surfers. Coincidence?
The African reed frog proves, once again, that Mother Nature has a way with colors and patterns.
In South Africa's Kruger National Park, a 7,500-square-mile game reserve, many visitors on safari watch for the big five of lion, leopard, rhino, elephant and Cape buffalo.
The oxpicker bird stands on the hippo, picking little bugs from his back. To us, it's gross. To a hippo, it's heaven.
Sizes 6-12 M to 7
In the Bo-Kaap area of Cape Town, scooters fill the streets with their buzz and bright colors.