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OUR PATTERNS

Our patterns are designed to be fashion-forward with chic and unique color schemes, that blend with active lifestyles. Each cinda b bag is personally designed by Cinda Boomershine with the latest style trends in mind.

inspirations behind our patterns

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NEPTUNE

This pattern embodies all things nautical: deep inky oceans, shallow turquoise water, waves crashing on sandy white beaches, beautiful coral reefs, yachts, and fruity cocktails. The chevron repeat resembles waves and the coral motifs are reminiscent of tridents. What better name for this punchy pattern than Neptune, after the Roman god of the sea.

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FRENCH LINEN

On a trip to Provence France, Cinda fell in love with French linen. And what’s not to love about French linen? It is crisp, clean, incredibly sophisticated and perfectly neutral. We wanted this pattern to have that same essence. So we used different shades of linen to craft the color palette and took a magnified view of the warp and weft of linen’s texture to design the print. C’est magnifique!

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AMORE

We started designing our new pattern just as we were looking for a primary philanthropic focus for cinda b®. I couldn't help but realize the tugging in my heart for more heart health awareness — a personal mission of mine — so we decided that our newest pattern needed to embody love and the heart. We began with a beautiful balance of a rich red complemented by a deep burgundy, reminiscent of a heart-healthy glass of Pinot Noir. When those colors came together with a distinct pattern embracing all of the colors of a morning sunrise — a new day — Amore (which means "love" in Italian) was born. This stunning and wearable red is sophisticated yet sassy with a little nod to boho-chic style. I am delighted that a portion of the proceeds from the sale of Amore will benefit Go Red For Women™ a project of the American Heart Association®.

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VERDE BONITA

When designing the Verde Bonita pattern we were inspired by the bright greens that usher in the spring season. To complete our color palette, we combined that green of spring with the deep navy of a summer night sky and the rich turquoise of a crystal blue sea. We then took some of our favorite spring flowers, gave them a cinda b spin and arranged them into a unique geometric pattern. The result is a striking combination that is preppy in its colors and bohemian in its design. Verde Bonita is just that — a beautiful green.

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MOD TORTOISE

I have always been fascinated with tortoise shells and love how the tortoise pattern is a timeless design classic with a universal appeal. So we thought to ourselves, why not create a cinda b pattern that incorporated that same classic appeal and color palette but with a cinda b twist? We took the shapes within a tortoise shell, gave them our modern, geometric spin and partnered them with deep black, rich brown and a soft camel. The resulting pattern, Mod Tortoise, is classic yet modern and goes with everything.

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JET SET BLACK

Jet Set Black was inspired by an amazing and intricate Japanese woodcut I came across while perusing one of my favorite design history books. Over the years, I have collected a library of both new and vintage art and design books that I often reference when it comes time to create new patterns. Even in fashion, history repeats itself. The trick is to take what is old and give it a new spin — which is exactly what we did to create Jet Set Black.

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SCALA IVORY

On a recent trip to France, I fell in love with St. Tropez and tried to capture the essence of that magical place in Scala Ivory. Everywhere I looked, I saw inspiration for the colors. The soft pinks of the summer flowers, the warm whitewashed buildings, the chic locals with sun kissed skin clad in breezy ivory linen all lead me to a soft pallet of blush tones and ivory. The weathered drift woods and cobble stone streets inspired the perfect mushroom grey accent. As St. Tropez is a village by the sea, a fresh take on a "fishscale" pattern seemed natural. The result is a neutral pattern that is both feminine and sophisticated.

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EMPIRE SLATE

When designing the Empire pattern, I wanted to create something sleek and sophisticated so that it would look right at home in Manhattan or other urban areas. A modified flame stitch pattern (which just so happens to look like the famous NY landmark itself!) in muted tones of black, grey, tan and brown did just that. For the Slate, we added a smoky grey solid. The combined effect makes Empire Slate my favorite pattern to take with me while travelling for business, especially when I'm visiting the Big Apple. For Empire Sand, by pairing a soft sand solid with black accents, we created one of our most versatile patterns-- something that works great with both black and brown outfits.

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CASABLANCA SKY BLUE

We were attending a high school friend’s wedding at The Cloister in Sea Island, when I was moved to create a new pattern inspired by our beautiful surroundings. The idea was born in coastal Georgia, but the end product is very Palm Beach modern with a cinda b “kaleidoscopic” twist! The sky blue solid color gives it even more of a fresh coastal feel. The pattern also has a very regal feel to it. This is my very favorite pattern for our cosmetic bags and small accessories.

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RAVINIA IVORY

I wanted to design a pattern that would go with everything — black, brown, jeans, etc. For our Ravinia pattern, I was inspired by David Hick’s classic Chevron pattern, which I shook up a bit and colored with a bright palette. The result is a pattern that works with just about any outfit. With all the colors in the pattern, we wanted to pair it with a very neutral solid, so Ivory seemed like the perfect choice. While we adore our Ivory colorway, we were afraid others would be concerned about the light color (even though it is stain resistant and 100% machine washable!). So, we decided to offer this pattern with a Black solid as well. To my delight, both Ravinia Ivory and Ravinia Black do equally well and are consistently two of our top selling patterns. They are just the perfect versatile mix of formal and casual, classic and modern, and subdued with color.

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RAVINIA BLACK

I wanted to design a pattern that would go with everything — black, brown, jeans, etc. For our Ravinia pattern, I was inspired by David Hick’s classic Chevron pattern, which I shook up a bit and colored with a bright palette. The result is a pattern that works with just about any outfit. With all the colors in the pattern, we wanted to pair it with a very neutral solid, so Ivory seemed like the perfect choice. While we adore our Ivory colorway, we were afraid others would be concerned about the light color (even though it is stain resistant and 100% machine washable!). So, we decided to offer this pattern with a Black solid as well. To my delight, both Ravinia Ivory and Ravinia Black do equally well and are consistently two of our top selling patterns. They are just the perfect versatile mix of formal and casual, classic and modern, and subdued with color.

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