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Spring Shoot - Exploring Grand Canyon and the Royal Park at Rajapruek

February 21, 2016

Spring Shoot - Exploring Grand Canyon and the Royal Park at Rajapruek

Chiang Mai is the place where our love affair with Thailand truly began. So, we thought, what better way to showcase our Spring line than visiting the Grand Canyon? 

This new line features embroidered denim shorts and crochet tops that blend seamlessly with our existing line of harem pants.

It’s Thai bohemian meets California coast.


The place has a raw beauty about it that is thrilling and captivating at the same time.


The waters are viridian - green and blue - and our boho, adventurist team was completely mesmerized by the beauty of this place. We didn’t forget to check out the much talked about 14m cliff in the Canyon.


From there we made our way to the Royal Park Rajapruek which is a place where spring comes alive. The colorful flowers were the perfect location for us to shoot our custom embroidered shorts in three unique designs - - Aztec, Elephant, and One Tribe One Love which features a mandala and lotus hand.


The water and the beautiful floral displays added a creative and fun edge to our shoot and the weather was too perfect for us to miss this opportunity.

We strolled through the picturesque gardens and more than anything, it was a fun day spent with friends.


 

Our new line will be coming to Kickstarter on Feb 23rd and we have early bird pricing available for our first supporters.

Get these boho denim shorts and tops at well below retail while  supporting local artisans in northern Thailand .

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