For a similar price you can also purchase the Juicy Flannel Weekender which, although parallel in style to the Toile Weekender, this bag packs a flannel punch that is perfect for those "lodge-type" holiday vacations.
Sometimes called by its full name Toile de Jouy, toile fabrics and wallpapers usually pair a light background with repeated scenes of people and animals in a pleasing outdoor setting.
These fabrics, many of them reproductions of patterns from the 16th, 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries, come in a variety of motifs, from flowers to vines and the always-popular toile.
The most recognized classic French fabric designs Include the brightly colored paisley, floral and botanical designs found on Indienne cottons and the Toile de Jouy pattern.
Toile is a French word meaning "linen cloth" or "canvas" and Jouy comes from Jouy-en-Josas, the location of the factory that first began printing French toile fabrics.