Saturday, April 12, 2008

wanted: zulu rose

zulu rose: tees



(get it here)

this tee makes us happy because it's a precious little reminder of the manic hustle bustle of lagos. not that there's anything intrinsically chaotic about the tee in itself; it just takes us back to the okadas, women in their wrappers, the sun...basically, the little things that are stand-ins for lagos in our homesick minds :) according to zulurose.com, 'the zulu rose line has the restless energy of modernity juxtaposed with the power and charm of traditional symbolism'. fabulousness! we encourage you to take a look here. while we can't afford this tee just yet, we found two on sale here and here that you just might like.

10 comments:

Labelle for Jotees Trendz said...

love the tee! good job people!

KreativeMix said...

i love it!!!

shop liquorice said...

@ labelle & kreativemix: we're in love, too :)

thanks for dropping by!

Chike-Ikechi Is said...

I love the illustration on this t-shirt! It's very different but at the same time equally as empowering. A "Mama Put" t-shirt would be fitting to this series due to the delectable food choices these women offer the Nigerian masses.

shop liquorice said...

@ chike-ikechi - spot on! your "mama put" idea is SUCH a fantastic one. HMMMM. off to research screen printing, lol...

Hair Azara said...

OH MY GAWD, Where do I get this? so freaking cute!!

Loving ur BLOG!!

shop liquorice said...

@ hair azara: thanks :) there's a link to the item right under it. maybe i should've made that clearer. my bad! i'll leave a comment on your blog as well.

xo

Oyinkan said...

I really like the tee but its just too much money. I know its unique and all but designers really need to get a grip! That thing probably didnt cost up to $10 to make.

Good job for spotting them though.

shop liquorice said...
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shop liquorice said...

@ oyinkan: LOL @ "didnt cost up to $10 to make"! stay tuned for more budget-friendly offerings in the very near future :)