Tommy Bahama sells causal clothing for men and women with a sporty twist.
All about Tommy Bahama
Tommy Bahama is a store that specializes in casual, sporty clothing for both men and women. Their clothing often has a fun twist inspired by the Bahamas, like bright colors, floral prints, or a nod to the beach or the ocean. They offer all sorts of clothing, from tops and tees to bottoms and jeans, and also have swimwear, shoes, and accessories. There's also a line of home furnishings and decor, which are perfect either for your own home or to give as a gift.
You can shop at one of their store locations or online at www.tommybahama.com. Either way, don't forget to add Tommy Bahama to your favorite stores right here on Tiendeo so you that you know you're always getting the best prices on oyur shopping. You can also sign up for their Island Email newsletter, which will give you updates when they have new items in stock or special offers.
The history of Tommy Bahama
Tommy Bahama was created around the concept of never having to leave the beach, which is still a big part of its brand today. The idea came from Bob Emfield, Tony Margolis, and their wives, who founded the company in 1991. Today, there are approximately 160 Tommy Bahama locations, and 16 of those include a bar and restaurant themed around the same idea. They are headquartered in Seattle, Washington.
Who is Tommy Bahama?
Brands are often named after the real people that inspired or created them. In the case of Tommy Bahama, it's a bit different. While the brand is named after a person, he's a made up one rather than a real one!
The character is 100% inspired by the beachy island lifestyle. He's in no rush to get anywhere, and is both laid-back and refined. Mr. Bahama has travelled all over the world, and he can speak nine different languages fluently. He's also good at flirting in quite a few more!
What does he wear? Lots of silk shirts with prints and well-tailored pants. He'a also always got a great tan from spending so much time at the beach. People know him for his charm and wit.
One of fictional Tommy's more notable achievements was once catching a 200-pound yellowfin fish with a makeshift fishing rod created out of the drawstring of his swim trunks, a coconut shell, and a pair of broken sunglasses.