A Country Steeped in Tra'dish'ion

September 21, 2018

Feel Good Friday

When in a new country, it is tempting to focus all your attention on running from landmark to landmark to go out and see the new culture. But there is something special about slowing down to let a piece of the country come to you—preferably home cooked and served on a silver trimmed platter!

Invited into a local Moroccan home...

Traveler Claire sat around the dining room table with new friends…

to enjoy handmade treats that were made with love and steeped in tra'dish'ion…

and that got her taste buds firing with new aromas and deep flavors.

Some of traveler Claire’s favorite memories of Morocco occurred over these home cooked meals. So she sought out a fabric that brought her back to that taste of Moroccan hospitality and tra'dish'ion...

to serve a new Traveler E'dish'ion Tote on a silver platter to you too!

Here’s to celebrating cultures steeped in tra'dish'ion and to feeling good—because after all, it's Friday!

-Jack & Alley, Co-Founders

PS.  Plus the ad'dish'ion of a few more traveler fabric finds...

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