Don’t get me wrong. I love all of the fabulous colors and prints that Thirsties has given the world. Alice Brights? The Woodland Collection? The Ocean Collection? The modern watercolor perfection that is Cactus Garden and Melon Party? All amazing. But, without any requests to say this from the powers that be, I’m particularly psyched about this new fare.
If you don’t know what I’m talking about, check out a recent post about the Outdoor Adventure Collection. It does a great job of laying out the prints, colors, and style availability, in case you haven’t seen already.
Maybe it’s the connection to camping - which everyone at Thirsties seems to be passionate about. (Personally, I live in the foothills of the Adirondacks. Needless to say, these prints remind me of summer and my favorite smell EVER - a campfire.) Maybe it’s the fact that the prints are so incredibly unique yet cohesive in their use of corresponding colors. And, speaking of colors, hooray for Midnight Blue! Navy is one of my favorite fashion colors (like, for my own wardrobe), so of course it’s a go-to for my daughter, too. I like to think of it as a “moody neutral” - it goes with everything but without being “blah.” So, needless to say, I was equally impressed with Midnight Blue as I was the fun prints. Speaking of prints, what do I love about them? Well, Happy Camper is pure whimsy. The doodled style is casual and fun. I’m all about all things old school, so I love timelessness of the vintage camper, canoe, campfire, and picnic table. Plus, details like the banner of triangle pennants make this my #1 fave.
Adventure Trail is more stylized and nature-informed. Our family is full of animal lovers, so these bears, hedgehogs(!), and raccoons mixed with clover, trees, canoes, and wandering man’s bag, speaks to us. You can just picture all the scenery and experiences this solo adventurer must be having, y’know? Mountain Bike is the most geometric of the bunch, but totally keeping with the theme. It literally give the sense of upward motion, sending the wearer to the top of a mountain along with the birds and clouds. So. Fun. Speaking of fun, Birdie is cheerful and intricate without taking itself too seriously. That adorable yellow birdie nesting amongst the flowers, leaves, and branches is just heartwarming. It almost reminds me of a peace dove and olive branches - or maybe that’s just me. Either way, it makes me feel happy and at peace. Isn’t it cool when a diaper can do all that?
Isn't that the cutest gif ever, BTW? I’d love to hear what all of your favorites are, too! Feel free to drop a line in the comments.