Valentine's Day with your Seoul-mate

February 07, 2020

We know it’s still a week away, but we wanted to send out a special message before Valentine’s Day!

This one is for the person who rocks your world,

the sweetheart who you’ve been falling for,

the friend who brightens your life,

the one who you lava ​like crazy,

your Maine squeeze,

the individual you wheely like,

the reason why you got to experience love at first flight,

and the one who makes you know that love Israel.

Because even more important than where you are traveling is the person who you have beside you.

And why not treat that person beside you to the newest Traveler Edition tote? If you were hoping to give something other than chocolates and flowers this Valentine's Day, we have your back!

 

From all of us at Taaluma, we wish you (and yours) a very happy Valentine's Day next week! 

Here’s to giving love without expecting anything in return & to feeling good—because after all, it’s Friday!

-the Taaluma Team

 

PS. Roses are red, violets are blue, here's a few other totes, we know you'll love too




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