manufacture of Original tunisian fouta of hammam : The origin of Fouta: T unisian Fouta You said Fouta! it is pronouced Fou-Tah, foooootaa then! ok! but what is it? Fouta is a Tunisian towel a piece o...
Fouta of selekta: Fouta is mainly used as a beach towel: NO SUMMER THIS YEARS UNLESS YOU BUY YOUR FOUTA WHY YOU MUST BUY A FOUTA FOUTA OF SELEKTA 1/ Large Enough ( 100 ...
NO SUMMER THIS YEARS UNLESS YOU BUY YOUR FOUTA
WHY YOU MUST BUY A FOUTA
|FOUTA OF SELEKTA|
1/ Large Enough ( 100 cm x 200 cm) to cover
the body on the beach or in the hamam (bath)
2/ Made of cotton; so no risk of allergy
|Toalla de playa|
3/ Not bulky; then you can bring it with you
4/ Quick Dry: recommended for use on the beach
since it dries fast, besides you can get rid of sand grain easily.
5/ Colorful and stylish : a wide range of models and colors which fits your taste, your indoor decor.
6/ Versatile : You can use it indoor and outdoor , no limits just imagine where you could put it, Fouta is always there, in bedroom, sitting room, bathroom, dining room, garden, beach, swimpool, Sauna, car, stadium...
BREAKING NEWS Fouta as baby carrier boosts affection Between the mother and her baby
It is proved by pediatricians and child psychologists that
carrying your baby strengthen that essential closeness
between parent and child... since FOUTA is made of soft
cotton it could be considered as a combination of sling, wrap and carrier
You said Fouta!
it is pronouced Fou-Tah, foooootaa then!
but what is it?
Fouta is a Tunisian towel a piece of patrimony. For years it is used to be a sacred hamam (bath) towel
however, women in some areas do keep using it till today. tunisians do consolidate the concept of respect for the customs and traditions of the grandparents through their adherence to the celebration of their traditions and old rituals.
behind the high walls of houses where tunisian families used to live , women kept their traditional wearing habits for generations , fouta was worn by young and adults in their daily lives and feast. in the medina and in some rural area you can meet smiling women weeping in front their houses wearing a pink fouta around the waist while placing a wooly towel over the head.