Spring is a season for layering, and nothing makes that easier than a shirt. This spring, we have two key styles: the Hutton shirt, a crisp, 100% cotton lightweight shirt, and the new Quinn oxford shirt, also 100% cotton with a menswear influence, super soft finish, and swing shape. Both are wardrobe staples and can be served in many ways. We like to call them the secret ingredient to spring dressing 🥪.
As the Middle Ingredient
Because the Hutton shirt is lightweight, it is perfect for styling under cardigans or blazers. Our lovely invisible model wears it here sandwiched 🥪 between a great base layer, the spaghetti tank, and our newest cardigan style, the Raffa. Paired with cool khakis and white sneakers, she’s ready for her day.
In case you missed it, we’re now layering shirts over shirts à la Bottega Veneta. The Hutton and Quinn are great to layer, as one is lighter-weight than the other. Because the Quinn (top layer) has a looser shape, it’s a good substitute for a blazer when you want to wear something lighter. Worn with the Williams tennis skirt and a little lady bag, your brunch date awaits you.
A Pop of Color
And because this is KULE, we’re adding a punch of color to your traditional shirting. The Hutton now comes in this springy green 🌱. With the classic Rox trench and white jeans, she’s smartly dressed but still fun.
A Light Top Layer
When you want the option to take off your top layer but not carry around a bulky jacket, wear a shirt! The Quinn looks great layered over a sexy little dress like this comfy, stretchy Harlow striped number, but if you get hot, you can tie it around your waist or even roll it up and stick it in your cute bag.
No Tucks Given!
A shirt that looks intentional, tucked or not! The back of the Quinn is slightly longer than the front, so it has a relaxed swingy shape. It layers perfectly over this slim cashmere Rory tank (ooooh, so luxurious) and our new Suki pants (which genuinely feel like pajamas). Comfortable and kule.
Get your shirt on (and more!) with the new Spring collection.