2022 is the year of the tiger, symbolising strength and colour red, your can dress for good luck. Check out these unusual fashion items below.
The Year of The Tiger
Tuesday, February 1st, is Chinese New Year. Chinese New Year, also known as Lunar New Year or Spring Festival, occurs on the second new moon after the Winter Solstice. This festival ushers in the end of winter and the long-awaited arrival of spring! 2022 is the Year of the Tiger, according to the Chinese Zodiac.
The Chinese Zodiac is based on a zoolatry system that dates back to the Qin Dynasty over 2000 years ago (or animal worship). According to folklore, the Jade Emperor challenged all of the Kingdom's animals to a "Great Race." Whoever was the first to arrive at his palace would gain his favour. The Tiger was confident that he had the race won, but the shrewd Rat and workhorse Ox slipped in ahead of him and finished third. As a result, Tigers are fiercely competitive individuals who are noted for their bravery and desire. Tigers are ambitious, but they are also generous and have a strong desire to help others. Tigers want to win, but they're also looking for answers.
If you were born in 1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998 or 2010, you were born during the Year of the Tiger.
The T Monogram is a timeless pattern that celebrates our graphic emblem and is influenced by traditional Pennsylvania Dutch quilting.
The T Monogram bucket hat, embroidered roses based on vintage fabric form a vivid pattern. A brass Double T toggle controls the drawstring cord, which is completed with filigree beads. The structural top-stitched brim can be worn flipped up or down. Every element is taken into account, with a focus on functionality and adaptability.
The tiger is a powerful emblem. To commemorate the Lunar New Year, our jacquard sweater is a striking piece. It's made of a luxurious blend of merino wool and alpaca and features contrast ribbing at the collar, cuffs, and waist. For luck and joy, pair it with a bright red skirt.
The tiger is a powerful emblem. The colour red is associated with good fortune and happiness. These needlepoint espadrille is perfect for the Lunar New Year. Tory Burch's stitchwork alludes to a family heritage that her parents, Buddy and Reva, passed down to her. The shoe has a leather footbed and a rubber outsole and is trimmed in beautiful leather.
The Tory Burch Foundation collaborated on this bracelet to encourage women to pursue their dreams. It's made of silk in a variety of colours and features our unique Gemini Link charm. The Foundation, which encourages women and women entrepreneurs, receives 100% of the nett earnings.
18k gold-plated brass, silk
Closure with an etched charm that may be adjusted