The Summer 2017 collection was our biggest launch yet, and was so fun to put together! With such a large collection, we were able to incorporate fun and playful colors, classic florals, beautiful neutrals, and of course the ever-popular Rainbow.
We especially enjoyed writing the product descriptions for this collection, with each description referencing a summery song. When combined, it created our perfect summer playlist that you can listen to here (note: Rachel requested we add Island in the Sun to the playlist even though it’s not a product description, because Weezer is her jam).
Find all the descriptions below, along with the song we were inspired by.
Berry - Strawberry fields forever with our vibrant and classic Berry. (Strawberry Fields Forever, The Beatles)
Cabana - You’ll be falling in love to the rhythm of a steel drum band with our tropical Cabana. (Kokomo, The Beach Boys)
Sand - Summer’s coolest neutral, Sand is your sunny day essential for splashing through the sand bar and talking by the campfire. (All Summer Long, Kid Rock)
Brimmed Rainbow - The dreamiest retro stripes and brim make this most loved bonnet perfect for high above the chimney tops and beyond. (Somewhere Over the Rainbow)
Rainbow (brimless) - Even if summer skies are grey above, you'll still have a pocketful of rainbows with our enchanting Rainbow bonnet. (Pocketful of Rainbows, Elvis Presley)
Frolic - Sweet and airy, she’ll love to Frolic about in her summer skin. (Summer Skin, Death Cab for Cutie)
Orchard - Reach for the sweetest, sweetest peaches in our lovely Orchard. (Peaches, In the Valley Below)
Breeze - Have one of those days with a blue, perfect wave and our refreshing Breeze. (Naked Kids, Grouplove)
Smoke - Smoke is your go to bonnet for bonfires and camping, for summer days drifting away to summer nights. (Summer Nights, Grease)
Watermelon - Bright, sweet, and a picnic necessity, our Watermelon bonnet will make summer seem to last forever. (Summer of 69, Bryan Adams)
Larkspur - Smile with the rising sun and the perfect hues of whites and blues in Larkspur. (Three Little Birds, Bob Marley)