The Fall 2016 Collection includes three new patterns: floral paisley, hexagons and buffalo check. I’ve been working on these patterns over the course of the summer and I am very happy to finally be sharing them with you.
I tend to spend quite a bit of time working on new designs, then putting them away for a few weeks before coming back to them. If you follow me on Facebook or Instagram, you may have participated in helping me decide which color options to offer for the hexagon and floral paisley patterns.
Paisley patterns may be my favorite type of pattern. There is an immense amount of detail in the design and I love all the colors that can be used to add detail. Considering my personal design style, I often simplify some of that detail. Modernize and soften the curves and corners. My first paisley pattern is very traditional. This newest paisley pattern involves lots of florals and has a looser, more open feel. I think some of my most favorite aspects of this pattern are the smaller floral details, especially the clover-like florals.
The floral paisley is available in two color options: a white background or navy blue background.
The hexagon pattern is my most modern and geometric pattern to date. I wish I could remember what inspired the pattern but I worked on it so long ago, I cannot remember. I played with about eight different color options but ultimately settled on the two simplest versions: blues/greens and pinks/oranges. The color placement within the hexagons give the illusion of an ombre feel.
This pattern is very preppy and looks fantastic with a monogram! It is an oversized pattern: larger than the gingham pattern. The buffalo check pattern was developed during a design exercise I worked on to create more equestrian-themed products. (Which I’m still working on!) This pattern is the most customizable of the new options. You can choose your favorite color combination for the pattern and personalization from the entire signature color options.