TSJwear is a brainchild of Alex and Kseniia Spodyneiko, founders of popular New Zealand lifestyle and travel blog thestylejungle.co.nz. As bloggers, duo of professional photographer and journalist create beautiful content for their digital media and for various magazines in New Zealand and around the world.
A few years into traveling, writing and creating remarkable outfits to make their photos really stand out, Alex and Kseniia came up with an idea of a collection of beautiful clothes for people sharing same interests and willing to wear something special and a touch more personal when exploring the world. This is how TSJwear was born.
TSJwear items feature Alex’s pictures of New Zealand, showcasing the beauty of this country.
TSJwear launch collection features colourful prints of Mount Maunganui, Rotorua, Waihi Beach and Kaikoura. Carefully selected from an extensive assortment of photographs taken by Alex, these prints have a mission to promote the beauty of New Zealand and to make locals proud of the place we live in.
Limited range of pieces was carefully handpicked by Alex and Kseniia.
Premium T-shirts with all-over photoprint are definitely a signature item for TSJwear. Seeing Kaikoura lavender fields or Wai-o-Tapu colourful lakes in real life is amazing, but imagine being able to admire its beauty every day by simply looking into the mirror!
A staple of this collection is Mount Maunganui Classic Print T-shirt featuring an iconic view to the city from the summit.
Waihi Beach is another source of inspiration for TSJwear clothing collection. And what can represent the region, that boasts beautiful beaches better than a swimming suit with a popular view of Orokawa Bay – one of the gems of this region!
In addition to vibrant T-shirts, there is a range of accessories, including backpacks and iPhone cases.
TSJwear supports Kiwis for Kiwi Charity. We donate a part of the profit from sales of all TSJwear items to help kiwi birds live a healthier and happier life. When buying any of our goods you support Kiwis for Kiwi. If you want to make an extra donation, please visit our fundraising page.