Each month, we’ll be sharing a guest post by Andrea Fellman of Wanderlust Living, Andrea’s set out to interview global moms + dads who are very “Tea” – they look for adventure in their lives and strive to make the foreign familiar for their families through travel and curiosity! A long time Tea partner and a woman who truly embodies the Tea spirit, we’re thrilled to have Andrea as a foreign correspondent (she lives in Barcelona!). In Andrea’s second guest post, we’re introducing you to Christine, who lives with her family in Santa Cruz, California. Read on to learn more!
Meet Jessica Turpin, mom and writer of the blog Aisle Seats Please. While being stationed overseas in Germany, the family of 5 does quite a bit of traveling throughout Europe. As a Tea Foreign Correspondent, Jessica shares her story of her family’s adventure to Norway for a week long tour through the beautiful countryside and majestic fjords! Follow along as she shares her story with us at Studio Tea.
We’re kicking off a series of guest posts written by the wonderful Andrea Fellman of Wanderlust Living. Andrea’s set out to interview global moms + dads who are very “Tea” – they look for adventure in their lives and strive to make the foreign familiar for their families through travel and curiosity! A long time Tea partner and a woman who truly embodies the Tea spirit, we’re thrilled to have Andrea as a foreign correspondent (she lives in Barcelona!). To start the series, we’d like to introduce you to Andrea through an interview of Andrea herself. Read on to get to know her and make sure you check back to meet all of the amazing families each month.
Kites have always played a large role in Japanese culture, traditions and celebrations. These beautifully painted and decorated kites can be seen in shrines, museums and in homes. During the Edo period in Japan, kite making grew to be very popular and different regions of Japan created their own style, featuring characters of Japanese folklore, mythology and symbolic meaning. While the most common use for kites is during celebrations, like Boy’s Day on May 5th or harvest festivals, large kites were also used for practical purposes like construction where they were used to lift tiles up to the rooftops.
We are local. In 2002, Tea Collection was founded here in the Bay Area at our co-founder Emily’s dining room table (which we still have in our office today!). We are proud of our city and love meeting our neighbors. With Studio Tea just across the street from our home at 1 Arkansas, we’re excited to invite you into our space to have the chance to connect. Bring a friend or two, the more the merrier!
We love seeing how our customers wear Tea. Real kids, doing real kid things like running through the yard, playing in dirt or having quiet moments at home. From photos shared on Instagram or the ones uploaded to our Kids Love Tea gallery, it makes our day to see how your little citizens, laugh, play and explore in our clothes. In celebration of the launch of our holiday collection, we partnered with Tea customers to see how they could wear our newest styles in their everyday life. From cozy sweaters and twirly dresses to durable pants and lots of extra warm layers, our newest styles are meant to be lived in; to take from school to the holiday party. See how these real kids wear Tea!