Authentic Native & Metis Pouch: Water Collection
This universal zippered pouch can store your makeup, art supplies or favorite snacks.
Material: 100% polyester canvas with indigo denim lining and vegan leather pull tab
Designer: Tessa Sayers
Care: Machine wash separately in cold water. When drying, use delicate cycle and tumble dry on low heat. Do not bleach. Do not iron, press with heat or dry clean.
The Collection: Water Collection
In 2018, Soul Curiosity will explore the natural elements; water, fire, earth and air. The spring collection introduces you to the WATER ELEMENT. This collection consists of leggings, tanks, journals, blankets and men's neckties. Water. On a high vibrational scale, water represents cleansing, purifying, movement and fluidity. It can, however, symbolize coldness, stillness and destruction. Water is very polarizing. It can be fresh, warm and inviting. An element we cannot, as humans live without. It also has a way of feeling dangerous, dark and sometimes even tremendously scary.
Soul Curiosity’s Water Collection is connected to the song "No Fear of Heights" by Katie Melua. For many people, this song is about someone overcoming their fears because of the support and love from someone else. For me, this song is about the self. When I give myself compassion, acceptance, LOVE...I feel powerful, confident and strong. Choosing to love the things about yourself that you feel are inadequate can be really challenging. As a "Type A" person and perfectionist, choosing to love my anxiety, for example, has not been easy. It is hard to embrace a part of yourself you desperately want to change.
Most often, we look externally to feel validated, loved, safe and worthy. What would happen if you stopped searching outside of yourself? What could you face if you told yourself that you are loved, safe and worthy?
This spring LET COURAGE BE YOUR NORTH STAR as you navigate the uncharted waters of yourself, your fears, your hopes, and your dreams. When you give yourself love, there is no room for fear. Welcome to the Water Collection
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