Calendar Girl- A Spring Favorite Print!

Posted on February 24, 2011 in Inspiration by | 2 comments

In the time it takes to button, zip or snap, wearing a Lilly can turn a ho-hum day into an I-know-I’m-going-to-remember-this-forever kinda day.  Calendar Girl is a print that embodies that idea- a year full of special dates and meaningful moments- all in one adorable and collection-worthy print!  We are absolutely in love with Calendar Girl- and we’ve heard you are too!  That couldn’t make us, and the fabulous print designer Paige, who was the brainchild behind this print, any happier!

What are some of the fun things that make this print your fav?  Is it October’s witch on a broom with her tag-a-long cat Fifi? Or maybe it’s January’s resort-ready luggage stack surrounded by palm trees. I’m partial to April’s wellie wearing gal because we share our birthday month. Perhaps it’s the more hidden gems that make this print special.  Finding the Lilly sent me on a treasure hunt- not so easy to find in this one!  And I also went on a treasure hunt — all the way down to the print design studio — to find an answer to the pink calendar dates mystery.  Paige explained that each date highlighted in pink is a print designer’s birthday! How fun! They threw in some extra special days that she didn’t reveal- after all, don’t we girls have to keep some things a mystery?

We encourage you to make this print your own- and some of you have already done that!  From embroidered birthdays on your dresses to Sharpied circles on your totes, we love that you’re making 2011 a special year with Lilly!  This fav is selling fast so head in stores now to find yours!   xx

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Happy Turtle

Posted on February 24th, 2011 at 2:48pm

I SO love this print! Reminds me of the Jubillee print that I cherish! Well done.