Five-color foutas are beach or bath towels made from a flat-weave fabric with several colored stripes
The fouta is a versatile accessory, originating from the Mediterranean basin, which has gained popularity in recent years well beyond its traditional borders
Embroidered foutas refer to beach or hammam towels, which have been decorated or embellished with embroidery. Foutas originate from Tunisia and are traditionally light, absorbent cotton towels, often used in hammams or as beach towels.
Favor drying in the open air whenever possible to preserve the fouta textile. Avoid direct exposure to sunlight, as this may alter colors over time
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A fouta is a type of traditional fabric native to the Mediterranean region, particularly North African countries such as Tunisia