Dorje means thunderbolt. It symbolises strength, both physical and spiritual. An important symbol in the Buddhist and Hindu scriptures, a three-dimensional dorje is often held by Buddhist priests during religious rituals. In the harsh climate of Dolpo äóñ a remarkable region nestled behind the Himalayas in the northwest of Nepal äóñ women wear a larger version of this brooch to hold together their shawls. Similarly, this piece can be worn to hold in place a scarf or to adorn the lapel of a heavy winter coat.
Aman Lamu is a must-stop destination on the Kenyan island of Lamu, and the green and beige hues in this cotton Pom Pom Khanga Sarong allow it to be styled with most of your beachside essentials. Alternatively, we love it teamed with a classic cami and wedge sandals for an effortless off-duty ensemble.
Tuck it under your arm or slip your hand through the beaded strap for a statement Maasai look. Featuring a simple zip closure to grant you easy access to all your daily essentials.Œæ
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