One of the greatest benefits of traveling far and wide is most definitely the treasure hunting. Bringing back trinkets and treasures to remember your trips and vacations is a given, yes? Unless, of course, there are those of you out there who don’t carry home bags of souvenirs to gift and display. (Although I’m not sure I trust you. Just sayin’.) Granted, these days just being able to afford some sort of trip is an adventure in and of itself and sometimes we just aren’t able to leave the confines of our neighborhood, no matter how much we covet tangible treats from far off lands. Well, dear readers, we are here to solve the problem for you.
Lydali is the brainchild of Lydia Harter and Ali Price, friends who joined forces to bring thoughtfully curated goods from across the globe to your waiting hands. Their vision brings one of a kind artisan goods directly to you while connecting you with the creators of your treasures. You can wear your Shimu dress to that late summer barbecue and when someone asks where it came from you can say with certainty: Kenya, thanks for asking. Every item in their shop provides you with the behind the scenes knowledge of each and every item, closing the gap between the beautiful items we are drawn to and the beautiful people who make them. Sometimes all it takes to travel far and wide is an internet connection and a bookmark for Lydali.