From a distance, the Summer Dusk print appears to be a simple tie dye number—but lean closer! They’re actually leaves, based on those of Spanish Moss trees. The print was inspired by an anonymously submitted memory about falling in love with a place, on one balmy evening in Savannah. Fireflies, cicadas humming and moss-draped oak trees. It’s a memory that tastes like: Arnold Palmers (sweet tea, lemonade, vodka). A memory that smells like: flowers (gardenia, honeysuckle, magnolia). And a memory that sounds like: Louis Armstrong’s What a Wonderful World. Feels like: magic, really. Cheesy as a Nicolas Sparks movie.