A new release of lots of pieces at once can be overwhelming!

Keep reading for a detailed guide on our new styles...
The Mira Cropped Top

What Is It? Carrying through from last year in new colors and fabrics, the Mira Cropped Top is an easy tank that can be reversed (wear it with the scoop or V in front).

How to Wear. Pair the Mira with the high waisted Emil Pants or Florence Skirt.

Fit Update Alert! This top ran small last year, so we've updated the pattern to be wider in the body. It's now true to size. If you've previously purchased a Mira and were happy with the fit, size down one to get the same width as your original piece. If you're on the fence about length, customize it and add 2-5" for more coverage.


The Lane Top

What Is It? A new addition the line this season, the Lane Top (named after Charity, who helped develop it) is a boxy top with a sculptural side seam detail. Slightly cropped, this piece is available in both linen and hemp/cotton versions.

How to Wear. The Lane Top shines when paired with any of our high waisted bottoms, like the Emil Pants or the Florence Skirt. It's long enough that it can be french tucked into high waisted bottoms to create visual interest. 

Fit and Customizations. This top is relaxed and boxy... Not quite oversized, but not fitted! We recommend ordering true to size. Like with the Mira Top, we'd love to see some orders come in for customized Lane Tops with added length!

The Uma Top

What Is It? A dolman sleeve version of our much-loved Uma Tunic.

How to Wear. Being the longest top in our Spring collection, the Uma Top looks beautiful with almost any pant (both Millennials with mid-rise skinny jeans and Gen-Z-ers with wide leg pants have cause for celebration!).

Fit and Customizations. This iteration of the Uma series is the same width as last season's tunic, but with an easy dolman arm opening. As always, length add requests are welcome.

The Atlas Dress

What Is It? An oversized cocoon dress with giant pockets.

How to Wear. The best thing about the Atlas Dress is how easy it is to style. Accessorize with boots, strappy sandals, a chunky necklace, big earrings... or just bare feet!

Fit and Customizations. To keep this dress affordable, we're combining sizes. The Atlas is available in XS, S/M, L/XL, 2X/3X, and 4X/5X. Fitting is easy, as this piece is meant to be quite oversized. Adding length if you're typically in the tall range is recommended, as the center back slit may feel a bit too revealing on a tall human. For petites, we're going to recommend to keep the length as-is!

The Emil Crop Flare Pant

What Is It? A wider leg cropped version of our much-loved Emil Pant in flowy fabrics.

How to Wear. I can imagine these easy pants pairing perfectly with just about any top, from a crop to a tunic. Choose a fitted or tucked-in top for a tailored look, or go with a loose tunic or boxy cropped top for relaxed, beachy vibes.

Fit and Customizations. While the widths of the S-L are the same as the original Emil Pants, plus size widths have been increased to allow for a bit more movement in this flowy more fabric. This version of the Emil is 4" shorter in inseam length than our original Emils. We love this look for warmer weather (it feels like a cool way to pull off wide leg pants without being swamped). If you're in the Tall category, request added length to keep these from being capris! 

The Florence Skirt

What Is It? Carrying through from last season in new colors and fabrics, the Florence Skirt is a gathered A-line skirt with beautiful volume and movement (and giant pockets!).

How to Wear. For a casual look, wear the Florence with a Mira or contrast color Lane Top. If you're feeling daring, try one of our favorite looks this season: A matching set with either the the Mira Top in Blobs Print or the Lane Top in Cobalt. 

Fit and Pricing Update Alert! Although the Florence Skirt was one of our best sellers last season, we struggled with how to make this piece profitable. The amount of fabric and the construction were both pricey and time consuming. As a solution, we are raising the price of the skirt to $192 for solids and $204 for printed. We've also updated the waistband construction to mirror the Emil Pant waistband (with elastic wrapping towards the front of the hip). This change will also improve fit and will help with getting the skirt on for those of you with hourglass figures.


The Kiki Jumpsuit

What Is It? A relaxed piece with a zipper closure, making for the easiest jumpsuit you've ever put on in your life!

How to Wear. We love how the Kiki looks as a standalone style, but just imagine the layering possibilities! In chiller weather, layer a fitted tee or turtleneck under the Kiki Jumpsuit for added interest and warmth.

Fit and Customizations. To allow for the easiest possible fit on a notoriously difficult-fitting garment, we've kept the Kiki Jumpsuit wide and relaxed, with a loose waist and roomy hip. If you're in the tall or short category, we highly suggest requesting a custom jumpsuit so that we can add or subtract length in the waist.


The Simone Dress

What Is It? Carrying through from last season in a new Cobalt color, the Simone Dress is a reversible full wrap dress with easy, gathered sleeves.

How to Wear. This dress feels like two in one! Wear it with the V in front for a traditional wrap feel, or reverse it and wear it with the scoop in front for a more modest neckline with a surprise deep V in the back.

Fit and Customizations. This piece has gone through many changes over the years to achieve what we believe is the perfect fit for a wrap dress! If you're looking for a dress with pockets, we're happy to add them! Just write "add pockets" in the order notes and we'll send you an additional invoice for $15. 

Written by Katherine Williford

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