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Now that summer is in full effect (thanks, heatwave), it’s the perfect time to bust out all your fave warm-weather looks. And if you’re hoping to level up your wardrobe this season with a few stylish Caribbean accessories, look no further than Los Tejedores.
Based in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Los Tejedores is a company that produces a variety of specially handwoven items.
From gorgeous visors and sombreros to protect you from the sun to fruit baskets and handbags, there is a multitude of different styles that are perfect to snag for the hotter months and beyond. For example, you can sport the palmier hat with a nice maxi dress on your next summer vacation.
But what makes the company truly special is its commitment to its Caribbean heritage and showcasing the weaving talents of local artists. In fact, all of its products are the creations of Dominican and Haitian artisans. So you can expect true quality and artistic expression with each item you order.
As stated on the company’s website, “Our aim is to support the weaving community of the Island and be a platform to broaden their crafts.” It's something that founders Natalia Ortega Gámez and Ricardo Ariel Toribio take great pride in.
Although many items in the collection are sold out, take a look at these top styles that are still in stock.
1. Guano, $66
2. Cartera Tata, $80
3. palmier hat, $68
4. compu plátano, $120
5. Guano con fleco, $66
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