C h i e f J o s e p h
Designed early in the 1920's, Pendleton's Chief Joseph print is one of the oldest patterns in their collection. This iconic print honors the Northwest's great Nez Perce leader, Chief Joseph.
D e s e r t S o n o r a
The Sonora design, based on diamond and arrowhead motifs, is likely Pendleton's most recognizable pattern. Found in the Pendleton archives, dated 1916, the designers slightly altered the original to a look that felt more relevant for today.
B l a c k S o n o r a
The Sonora design was created in two different color palette's, one more bold in hue and the other in soft neutrals. This iconic graphic is a timeless beauty.
N a m e s a k e P l a i d
Pendleton is known for their iconic shirts...and possibly now for their shirt dresses. A classic style made from 100% virgin wool, cut short and slightly fitted for a flattering modern feel. Blazer style bust seam,welt pockets, zig zag stitch and curved hem details are inspired from Vintage Pendleton shirts. A fresh update on a classic and best yet is their signature namesake plaid fabric.
P i l o t R o c k
The jacquard patterns of the late 1800's and early 1900's were limited by loom capabilities, at that time looms were unable to weave diagonal lines such as those present on the Sonora print. The designers wanted to present a different jacquard direction than what has been so prevalent in the market over the past few years. Pilot rock is a town in Oregon named after a large basalt rock formation used for navigation on the Old Oregon Trail.