PACK x2 FUCHSIA + RED Positive-Negative
2 Hammam Fouta towels in honeycomb with stripes on the sides, one in Red Grenadine with Fuchsia stripes and red stripes on Fuchsia Pink Yarrow body.
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"PANTONE Grenadine Red, a powerful, evocative, dynamic red, Grenadine is a confident and self-assured attention-getter."
Red is the color of extremes. It’s the color of passionate love, seduction, violence, danger, anger and adventure. Our prehistoric ancestors saw red as the color of fire and blood, energy and primal life forces, and most of red’s symbolism today arises from its powerful associations in the past.
"Pantone Pink Yarrow - Bold, attention getting and tempestuous, the lively Pink Yarrow is a captivating and stimulating color that lifts spirits and gets the adrenaline going."
"Tropical and festive, Pantone Pink Yarrow is a whimsical, unignorable hue that tempts and tantalizes."
What is a Fouta?
The Fouta is a traditional Tunisian cloth originally designed to dry and cover our bodies at the Hammam or Turkish bath. It takes very little space, it dries very quickly and it gains smoothness after every wash. It is a very fashionable fabric that can be used both indoor and outdoor, as pareo or beach towel, over sunbeds or deck chairs, at the swimming-pool, sauna, garden, picnic or as a sofacover, quilt, curtain, tablecloth, etc...
Use them as you like, our foutas are very resistant, they are made in 100% natural cotton hand-finished by Tunisian artisans. They are machine washable and and their colours do not fade.
Foutas will quickly seduce you with their fringes, originality, colors, lightness and multiple uses. Enjoy our Cool-Foutas!
The classic honeycomb weaving Fouta, Pink Yarrow stripes at both fringes sides on a Grenadine Red body. Red is the color of extremes. It’s the color of passionate love, seduction, violence, danger, anger and adventure. Our prehistoric ancestors saw red as the color of fire and blood, energy and primal life forces, and most of red’s symbolism today arises...