From Beach to Bath to Bed
100% Linen Pyjama Trouser Set
Both relaxed and stylish, our Linen Pyjama Trouser Set is made for looking and feeling good no matter the time of day, or night. Cut from lightweight pure linen, the full-length trousers have a comfy elasticated drawstring waist, and the pull-over top has long gathered sleeves finished with mother of pearl buttons and a button fastening to the opening. Linen is warm and cozy in the winter and fresh and cool in the warmer months. Ironing is optional as linen's crumpled texture looks great straight off the washing line.
Sizes: S/M (size 2-8) Lg/Xl (size 8-16)
Colors: Off White, White/Navy Block
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LOMAR FARMS: Local beekeepers creating great products and good intentions. All of LOMAR FARMS products are handmade with love in Palisades, NY. Their candles are handmade with a 100% beeswax blended with natural coconut oil, unbleached shea butter, using non-toxic paper wicks which emit a light natural honey scent--each formulated to provide the longest burning time for your all-day and night aromatic pleasure.
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For Your Walls...Original Art
LAMAR SORRENTO This Memphis Folk Art Champion has been a guitarist and all-around music lover almost since he was born on top of a Tennessee mountain, and he began painting his musical heroes in 1992. His art career took off in 1993, hardly a year after starting from scratch. A special idol of Lamar’s is the gypsy jazz guitarist, Django Reinhardt, but his vivid portraits span the legends of blues, country, and rock & roll as well. A favorite among both art collectors and musicians, his paintings appear in museums and galleries, on several album covers, funky restaurant walls, including House of Blues and BB King's Blues Club, around the country and in the private collections of Johnny Cash, Eric Clapton, Keith Richards, Susan Sarandon & Tim Robbins, John Hiatt, Neil Young, Jimmie Vaughn, Marty Stuart, Mark Knopfler, Lucinda Williams, Jackson Browne, Morgan Freeman, Malcolm McDowell, Bonnie Raitt, David Caruso, Drew Barrymore, Elle McPherson and Sam Phillips, among others. When Lamar isn't painting musicians he's playing music. Recent dabbles include painting the cover art for Huey Lewis & The News’ new album “Soulsville”, Devon Allman’s “Honeytribe”, a ten foot tall guitar for the Rock 'n' Roll Hall Of Fame, and contributing two paintings of Johnny Cash to Bill Miller's book, "Cash: An American Man."