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Chocolate Brown August 20, 2010

Filed under: design — Deb Johns @ 3:00 pm

For most of us, chocolate is the ultimate treat…Irresistible, indulgent, and rarefied. From this enticing realm, Scout features the “chocolate” range for Fall/Winter. We have detailed these directional bags with vibrant striped webbing that coordinates with its striped interior. Fall Fashion is embedded with shades of browns and camels so our chocolate bag is the ideal accessory for all of your seasonal looks.

Some of our favorite places for chocolate are pictured below.

City Bakery (shots of chocolate!)

Max Brenner

Bespoke Chocolates

Rococo next time you’re in London.

 

Jewel of the ‘Gyle August 19, 2010

Filed under: design — Deb Johns @ 11:51 am

British influence is more important than ever. In the 70s and 80s, when the King’s Road in London was uber trend driven, the British invasion influenced American fashion in a big way. For Fall/Winter, we’re seeing updated versions of argyle and argyle plaids as well as other nods to the Brits. Keep an eye out for Union Jack flag impressions in traditional to re-colored looks, reworked “Burberry” stripings and diagonal plaids as well as crowns and crests. The Scout argyle is vibrant and contemporary and works with denim to head-to-toe color for Fall/Winter.

1. Candie’s Banded Argyle Bra

2. Kate Spade Argyle Sock

3.UGG Australia Knit Argyle Knit Boots

3. Old Navy Argyle V-Neck Sweater Dress

5. Scout Be-Low Me Under the Bed Storage in Jewel of the ‘Gyle

 

Vine of the Times August 18, 2010

Filed under: design — Deb Johns @ 11:20 am

Taken from an ornamental (wallpaper), Vine of the Times blends rich chocolate with high velocity turquoise to create a decorative pattern ideal for desktop to on the go accessories. Inspired by the Beatles Sgt. Pepper look to the King’s Road in the romantic 70s and 80s, Vine of the Times will add a luxurious dimension to your home, office, or wardrobe.

1. Damask Packing Tape

2. Damask Apron

3. Scout Hang-10 Bin in Vine of the Times

4. Scout Got Issues Combo in Vine of the Times

5. Brocade Home Wallpaper and Mirror

Brocade just opened a store in Limelight in NYC so be sure to check it out. In NYC, if you’re looking for damask fabrics, see B & J Fabrics and Mood. Damask is something that can also be used as a trim. M and J Trim and Tinsel Trading in NYC are great options for these.

 

Elvis Paisley August 17, 2010

Filed under: design — Deb Johns @ 10:49 am

Inspired by ancient madder, tapestries, and brocades, the paisley is at once exotic and romantic. Colorful, organic, and embellished, paisleys are suitable for all ages and all seasons. The Fall/Winter Elvis Paisley has a rich chocolate brown punctuated by pinks, oranges, and touches of lilac. The paisley is designed to coordinate with our solid chocolate bags as well as with the Graceline stripe.

1. Paisley Wedge Heel Shoe

2. Dorothy Perkins Paisley Print Trapped Bangle

3. Liberty of London for Target Picture Frame

4. Etro Silk Paisley Kaftan

5. Scout Pocket Rocket in Elvis Paisley

 

Graceline Stripe August 16, 2010

Filed under: design — Deb Johns @ 10:33 am

The Graceline Stripe is seasonally colored in chocolate brown with accents of orange, pink, lilac, and white for versatile Fall/Winter use. Designed to go with everything you choose to wear for Fall, the Graceline stripe is directional and dynamic and travels from weekday to weekend.

1. Striped Spectrum Journal

2. Topshop Stripe Jersey Bandeau

3.Circo Pink and Brown Stripe Sheet Set

4. Plenty by Tracy Reese Yarn Dye Peasant Top

5. Scout Crown Jewels in Graceline Stripe

6. Scout Counterfeit in Graceline Stripe

7. Scout Grand Plan in Graceline Stripe

 

Ginghampton Noir August 13, 2010

Filed under: design — Deb Johns @ 6:46 am

Houndstooth, herringbone, grid plaids, men’s tie neats, and grill work are inspirations behind our new “textural” Ginghampton  pattern. Designed to mimic a tonal woven pattern, Ginghampton is perfect for city lifestyles to office chic. Colored in shades of black and gray, Ginghampton has a timeless appeal that easily coordinates with always perfect head to toe black and shades of gray.

 

1. Rue 21 Houndstooth Jacket

2. French Connection Herringbone Flat Cap

3. Maje Staletta Houndstooth Mini Skirt

4. Betsey Johnson Black Solid Herringbone Tights

5. Black and White Houndstooth Rainboots

6. Scout Uptown Girl in Ginghampton Noir

 

Tartans August 12, 2010

Filed under: design — Deb Johns @ 12:21 pm

Always in style, tartans are back in a big way for Fall/Winter. Colored in collegiate brights to re-colored in high neon, the tartan works with day into evening looks for all ages. Think about reworking tartans in exaggerated to micro-scales and in patchwork to puzzle configurations. Other accents for this varsity look include crests, varsity letters,  contrast welting and striping, exaggerated lapelles , double breasted closures, and oversized mufflers with fringe. Check out the Scout version of tartan in electric cool to hot bright color ways, which look contemporary and refreshingly right for the season.

Options for Tartan This Season

As pictured above…

1. Steven Alan Single Needle Shirt 

2. TOMS Pink Murray Organic Cotton Women’s Vegan Classics

3. Ralph Lauren Rugby Madras Skull Cap

4. Burberry Cashmere Scarf

5. Scout’s New Instant Messenger Tote in Strawberry Pop Tart’n

5. Vivienne Westwood Pink Tartan Wool Pleated Skirt

5. Basic Kilt Pin

7. Scottish Crest Brooch

 

 
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