A New Spring Color Story

Our latest Spring group just dropped! Let's dive into the new color story of this new group. 

 Warm golden-yellow Butternut lets the light in this Spring. The linen button-down Francis Tank Dress feels like a pocketful of sunshine, giving you a one-and-done ensemble with plenty of brightness in Butternut.

Wear her with some espadrilles or sandals and a cute purse, and grab the brio poplin Winslow Blazer in the same hue for some extra umph! With front buckled pockets and ribbed inserts at the sides, Winslow fits and works as hard as it plays!

You can also try out Winslow with the Lilou Legging in Butternut for a one-hue look. A tapered pull-on brio poplin pant with a cropped fit and side-leg pockets, Lilou flatters your shape and proves that
leggings totally are pants. If you go the all-Butternut yellow route, just be sure to wear some shoes or accessories in a contrasting hue to keep things balanced!

Contrasting seamlessly with Butternut, Navy comes in as a dark horse of the season. An excellent alternative to Black for Spring, Navy pairs well with pastels, whites, and brights. Try out the Resa Cold Shoulder top in light linen Navy. Featuring buckle tank top straps and draped sleeves with a sweetheart v-neck, Resa is subtly sexy and puts a twist on a classic silhouette.

Pair her with the peachskin tencel Leanne Pant in Navy. Featuring a pull-on waist and snap-up details at the tapered ankle, Leanne is as functional as she is flattering.

For a more voluminous bottom option, wear the Pasqual Crop pant in Navy. A wide-leg cargo pant with ruched pockets and a cropped fit, Pasqual is both timeless and trendy.

Olivey army green gets a lush makeover with the color Kombu. The Lenchen Jacket Dress feels unexpected for Spring yet right at home in your wardrobe’s seasonal repertoire. Lenchen is an absolute novelty piece, excitingly boasting cargo pockets, a generous hood, ruched adjustable tie-ups at either side hem, tee-shirt sleeves, and the quintessential double-zipper that makes the piece detailed and positively cool as can be. Military and menswear-inspired, Lenchen is the showstopping piece to greet the season in.

Similarly, the Norris Crop Jumpsuit in soft twill has all the same charm of a feminine piece with utilitarian influence. Cargo breast and leg pockets, a central zipper, and a wide leg fit plus tank-top straps make Norris not just easy to throw on, but also guaranteed to make a statement and look incredibly stylish.

Grab the Winslow Blazer in Kombu to throw on top of either of these one-and-done ensembles and go full-on monochrome in this luscious deep green.                                                                                                                                                                                            

Classic white pieces are a must in every season. This Spring, we come bearing all-new staple pieces in the most essential neutral of all. White looks clean, contrasting, and elegant when added to any outfit.The light linen Gaston Pant makes the perfect outfit base in White. Soft volume, wide legs, and side pockets make this casual pant uniquely catered to the season.

Pair with the plush double gauze Aurelius Tunic also in white for a tonally singular look. A textured
classic short-sleeve button down with a high-low hem, Aurelius is the ultimate versatile blouse with plenty of personality still!

Flexous Wash:
Flexous Wash tells XCVI Spring’s color story in one splashed abstract diagonal linear tie-dye.

With coral-pink, yellow olive green, and navy against white, Flexous feels bohemian-inspired and joyfully welcoming of the season. The light linen Rian Top features Flexous and provides a slightly boxy, elevated tee-shirt design.

Also available in Flexous Wash, the Antoine Tank looks especially unique in this happy-go-lucky colorway. Magical colors light the way this Spring season, bringing you elegance and function with

every pocket, collar, and waistband. Try out monochromatic tonal dressing or spin the color wheel for unique combos.

Stay tuned for more color stories to come this season.