Casablanca ('white house' in Spanish) has been ruled by the Berbers, Romans, Arabs, Portuguese, Spanish, French, British and Moroccans. This unique mix has impacted her architecture; a combination of Hispano-Moorish and Style Moderne. You'll feel like you're strolling through the romantic Ville Nouvelle in our Casablanca Crochet Monokini.
Once Moroccos biggest port, Essaouira shipped gold and spices from Sub-Saharan Africa to Europe and the Americas. Now a laid-back destination, this seaside town is complete with hippie feels just like our Essaouira Crochet Monokini.
"An enchanting town tucked away from view,
Splashed in dazzling blue of fairytale dreams,
Charms with winding alleys and friendly smiles,
Bringing peace to all that wander through."
Chefchaouen, a small town in the Rif mountains, became a hideaway for the Jewish community during WWII. They painted the town its characteristic blue, symbolizing the sky and the sanctuary it was for them. Feel at peace wearing our Chaouen Cutout Bra Swimsuit.
"The opulent woman behind the cedarwood frame,
Geometric shadows cast upon her delicate face,
Observes the street below - blistering and chaotic,
Content with the cool breeze blowing through the screen."
Seen as a symbol of status, lattice screens kept wealthy occupants cool from the Moroccan sun by providing constant airflow into the home. With mesh details, our Mashrabiya Cutout Bra Swimsuit will keep that breeze flowing on hot summer days.
"Star clustered patterns reaching out for infinity,
created from thousands of glazed furmah.
Shimmering turquoise under rays of light;
eternal beauty reflecting geometric expertise."