We love the cute patterns, bright colors, and fun feel that comes with summer style! Our Scout collection gives you an option for every outfit. These patterns were carefully dreamed up and are ready to inspire style! We’ve pulled some “behind the scenes” magic from our friends at Bungalow about the creative behind these patterns and their color stories. Enjoy this special feature from the bungalow website and be sure to leave us a comment to tell us which Scout pattern is your summer favorite!
Sun Goddess: The Sea-foam & Yellow Color Story
“This year we introduce sea-foam to our waterside palette, alongside turquoise and white with yellow accents, for a burst of sun to accompany summertime fun. Refreshing seaside blues make up our ikats, zig-zag stripes, kaleidoscope florals and lacey stampings, while white ground patterns punctuated with shocks of vibrant yellow feel just like summer by the pool. Tonal mixes within this palette bring in a modern element that creates an almost three-demensional appearance on the prints in this color story.” – Deb Johns- Cofounder and Creative Director at Bungalow
Island Hopper: The Purple, Pink and Orange Color Story
“Vibrant tropical island cultures inspire a colorful array of bright hues from orange and yellow to violet and pink for warm weather dressing. Zig-zags, ikats and floral tapestry prints take cues from exotic florals and ocean waves. White grounds and black trims combine with these bright colors and patters to add a crisp backdrop to a sizzling summer palette. And don’t forget – pattern-mixing is always fashionable in this island escape range” – Deb Johns- Cofounder and Creative Director at Bungalow
Social Butterfly: The Pink & Green Color Story
“Classic with a twist is the continual inspiration behind our ever popular pink and green duo. Always feminine and refreshingly contemporary, pink and green this season is featured in prints that offer a new twist on a timeless colorway. Zig-zags, diagonal basket-weave plaids and Turkish towel stripes accented with purple, yellow and black round out this socially correct yet modern prep package.”- Deb Johns- Cofounder and Creative Director at Bungalow
Which patterns are your favorite?