8.06.2019

Made In Haiti: Back to my Roots featuring TiSakSuk Boutique


Hi everyone,

I am so exited to bring you this post today that for the first time since I resumed with my blogging activities, I was a little hesitant about how to start the intro. I sometime mentioned on the blog that I am from the Caribbean, Haiti to be more precise. So I thought that it would be nice to share how we integrate art and crafting in our everyday's fashion. This week will be exclusive to my hometown and for the first of the series, I collaborated with TiSakSuk, a small boutique with bold clothing pieces and accessories.
Tisaksuk is a manufacturer and retailer of arts and crafts in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tisaksuk has developed an inventory of unique “made in Haiti” goods. Their products have added value to the existing market, their pieces have enhanced the image experience of everyone who holds quality, variety, service and fair prices to the utmost importance. Since they launched the clothing and home goods line, they confirmed that the market was craving something new and very local. They aim to encourage the use of “made in Haiti” products locally and abroad.
Their Tagline: "We are Haiti’s favorite “Made in Haiti” store!"

I was able to try on and photo-shoot some of their unique pieces in a magical place that brings together so many memories and history of our nation. Note that all of their clothing pieces are made out linen, karabela (chambray) or syam (khaki). 

The "Nadia" Dress
  

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The "Witza" Dress

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The Shorts

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The Pencil Skirt

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The Maxi Skirt

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The "Rangie" Skirt (our version of chambray called Karabela)

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The "Natacha" Dress


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Another Maxi Skirt

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Handmade Accessories 


Clutches 


Statement necklaces & earrings


 Visit their website (click here) to see more of their work or to shop your favorites and follow them on Instagram @tisaksuk. Last but not least, what was (were) your favorite piece (s)? It's very hard for me to choose one but my top 3 would be the white maxi skirt, the Rangie Skirt and the Witza dress. Please comment below; I can't wait to read your feedback.

As always, thank you for stopping by.

XoXo,

Moumous

Photo Credit @Vonvonphotography

Linking up with those wonderful ladies here

20 comments:

  1. Gosh, everything is absolutely stunning!!
    Thanks for sharing,
    OXOX
    Jodie

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  2. Wow, how gorgeous! These pieces are stunning and unique. I love the maxi skirt you featured! It's a showstopper.

    Maureen | www.littlemisscasual.com

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    1. Thanks Maureen, the maxi skirts were my favorites too along with the karabela midi skirt. Xo

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  3. Oh wow! These pieces are artwork! You can tell how much thought and design is put into everything! Gorgeous!

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    1. Indeed Laura, such unique pieces and they really invested thought and passion into their pieces:-). xo,

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  4. I love these vibrant colors and designs! Gorgeous!

    www.fashionradi.com

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  5. oh wow! These are all amazingly beautiful!! Those colors, the designs... just wow!
    www.chezmireillefashiontravelmom.com

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  6. Wonderful post! /All of these clothing pieces are absolutely stunning!

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  7. I heard about Tisaksuk but it is the first time I am discovering their products. It was a really good post that help to showcase the Haitian culture and art.
    My top 3 are: the rangie skirt, the witza dress and the pencil skirt :-)

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    1. Nice picks. The Rangie skirt is too cute :-)

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  8. These outfits are all absolutely stunning! I love the bright colours and designs. Thanks so much for sharing at the link up!

    Emma xxx
    www.style-splash.com

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  9. What a lovely clothing line! Awesome that the clothing bears Haitian scenes. I love the bright, happy colors. And they all look fabulous on you.

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    1. Yes indeed - it's a very unique clothing line and the pieces are great! :-)

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  10. So many beautiful pieces! i really like that white maxi skirt! such a unique line, I love it! :)


    Thank you so much for joining the #weekdayWearLinkUp :)

    Away From Blue

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