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Tigerlily High Summer

Tigerlily have just had four of their exotic prints drop into store from their high summer range. The Rabari print, the Kerala print, Soma, and Baroque. All of which are influenced by some of the world’s most breath taking features; luscious flora of Kerala on India’s South West coast, bouquets of feminine marigolds, the nomadic Rabari tribe of Gurjurat, blue sea tones, and the pink city of Jaipur.

All of these pieces are now available at Tigerlily at Top-up. Call us on (09) 950 2865.

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The Rabari print

The Rabari print comes from the nomadic Rabari tribe of Gurjurat in the North West of India. It is an engineered print with a central star motif and bright stripes on repeat. The details on the garments include multi-yarn tassels, ric-rac, and buttons. The print is available in both clothing and swim.

The Kerala print

Reminiscent of the luscious flora and beaches of Kerala on India’s South West coast, a blushed base colour features highlights of feminine marigolds, berry and peachy tones in watercolour bouquets. The print is available in both clothing and swim.

The Soma print

Is a subtle, organic, textured print referencing the Palace of Winds ‘Hawa Mahal’ in the pink city of Jaipur. The Hawa Mahal was built in 1799 with a five-story exterior and has hundreds of small windows which allowed the royal ladies to peer out with out being able to be seen. You must take a look! The Soma print is available in clothing only.

The Baroque print

Is an eclectic patchwork print with multiple Tigerlily elements including their ‘ditsy bandana’ paisley, ’tile’ paisley, leopard and zig zag, along with baroque-style frames. The baroque print is in sea tones for clothing and is offered with brighter highlights for swim.

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