San Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/24/2016 -- In the last few years, Pitusa has grown into an established brand boasting a variety of styles infused with a bright colorful palette and their signature Inca detailing. Pitusa's beachy-boho styles have been spotted on the hottest influencers and celebs, such as Heidi Klum and Alessandra Ambrosio, and can be found season after season in the top vacation destinations worldwide. Their Spring/Summer 2016 Collection introduces a similar lighthearted aesthetic with a focus on creating looks that can easily transition from beach to street, while providing the ultimate quality and comfort.
Pitusa means funny little girl in Spanish and was designer and founder Clara Lago's childhood nickname. Clara is an eighties baby born in Washington, D.C. to an English mother and Spanish father. At age 8 she moved to London which inspired her bohemian tastes and showed her the importance of expressing yourself through fashion. After coming to Miami for university, Clara wanted to make a dress she could wear everyday in the sunshine, which was not only comfortable but of high quality and affordable. Clara did not dream of becoming a designer she simply wanted to create something she felt the market lacked. And just like that, Pitusa was born.
There are a wide range of products available for purchase on the website https://www.pitusa.co/. This includes an array of Abayas & Sundresses, Kaftan's, Tee's & Tanks, Jumpsuits, Towel Capes and Beach Bags. The products can be purchased in their online shop and throughout boutique shops located in places such as the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, The Middle East, Caribbean, Asia, Central America, South America, New Zealand and Africa. The clothes are generally produced on a basis of average woman's body size, however a sizing chart is available on their website to ensure everyone the best fit.
Pitusa, (Pi-tu-sa) was founded in 2010 with the intention of creating clothing that is easy to wear, empowering women around the world to feel confident in their skin. Pitusa employs women owned ateliers, based in Peru, who have been working with cottons for generations. The cotton is handpicked, woven, and dyed under ethical and fair trade working conditions.