A warm-weather iteration of our favorite pleated trouser! We took the Andy Trouser full palazzo with a super wide leg and shortened the hem for a breezy, cropped length. They have just enough volume to feel sweeping and dramatic without overdoing it. They are made for hot, humid afternoons and dewy mornings but transition just as easily into the night.
They have an elegant high waist, gorgeous front pleats for drama, and sleek back darts for shape. In soft Midweight Linen, these feel like the ultimate west coast luxury. They'll adopt wrinkles gracefully and look even better broken in. I love this pant paired with a slim fitting, cropped knit top, but I also love embracing the oversized silhouette and topping with a boxy tunic.
One of the first five styles I designed in 2013. An artfully engineered top built for versatility and adaptability. This blouse can be worn with the knot in the front or the back for a myriad of different looks: a low V-neck front or full coverage in the front and a low V open back. Tie it in a loose, relaxed knot or in a waist-cinching, pin-up silhouette. Candlelight bouncing off your collarbone at a midnight cafe, warm sunlight stinging your back on a lap around the farmers market—the feeling of intentionally exposed skin makes you all the more aware of each moment.
It pairs well with all of our high-waisted bottoms and also layers well over silk dresses. Its coverage of the shoulders and arms balances out the deep v. The plunging neckline adds tasteful drama to an all black elegant evening look and a bit of energy to a monochromatic, bright weekend ensemble. In Midweight Linen, this piece has a cheery structure and rustic richness.
Our favorite outerwear hero, the Clyde Trench. It's classic and weird all at the same time—a combination of our essential Clyde pocket, traditional trench vibes, and a relaxed, slouchy fit. With added swing and a large shawl collar, it has a deliciously nostalgic shape while still feeling ultra-modern. Its massive pockets carry anything you need.
I imagine a young Annie Hall type wearing this with slim trousers, an oversized button-down, and oxfords on a brisk afternoon walk to the city library. Wear with the collar folded down for a sleek look or full for a structural shape. Leave open for ultimate temperature control—this can be a true trench or simply a layering piece. Wrap and belt it for a totally different silhouette and to achieve wind-blocking closure. You can even try it wrapped with nothing underneath as a top rather than a jacket. This chameleon piece can be whatever you want it to be!
The essential, classic, forever pant. Its deep, open pockets are cut a little wider than the pant leg giving plenty of room to hold a myriad of important things like your cell phone, car keys, pens, snacks, small animals... The center front and back seams replace the side seam on the leg giving it a long look and allowing the crescent-moon-shaped pocket to span from front to back.
In Midweight Linen, these feel seasonless and relaxed. Pair with a cashmere sweater and sneakers, and wear it for an entire weekend trip to the mountains, or wear them cuffed in the summer with a silk tank. Or, do what I do, and wear them all the time as very stylish pajamas that allow you to go from your couch to the real world without changing a thing.