They say when shopping, the first thing customers see is color. Which very much explains why the section filled with exotically colorful Clover Canyon Prints grabbed my attention one day at Saks Fifth Avenue in Miami, FL. I was looking for a New Years outfit and saw from a distance what looked like a sunset splashed onto a skirt. Excitedly, I grabbed the skirt and seconds later found a not so obvious matching top. I really love finding a matching set, I think the look becomes effortless.
There are only a few designers in the history of fashion that have successfully mastered prints, one example is Emilio Pucci, a.k.a. “The Prince of Prints.” In the 1950s and 1960s, his designs were jetted by the rich and famous from the island of Capri to the beaches of Los Angeles (Marilyn Monroe requested to be buried in Pucci). Pucci has become a household name that is still very much prevalent. His name lives on because of the impact he made with prints. His artistry shined through placing different colors and pattern together.
Today, clothes designed by brands like Clover Canyon prints have a similar effect. At a much lower price point, contemporary brands are using prints to create their trademark. Clover Canyon is known to symbolize the rebirth of optimism, the brand invites you to embark on a journey of the imagination through their joyful spirit, uniquely beautiful prints, and hand-engineered silhouettes. Wearing prints is something that is fun and exciting. These are statement pieces that you would wear on special occasions. If you have the type of lifestyle that is passionate about travel and art, while also celebrating women and beauty, I recommend trying Clover Canyon.