Butter Goods Gets Cozy With the Delivery 1 of Q4 2018 Collection

Colorblocked layers and convertible pants.

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Skatewear imprint Butter Goods returns for the cooler season with the first delivery from its Q4 2018 collection. Encompassing a brief range of recognizable layering pieces, the range also includes the debut of several new pieces. These include a duo of nylon pants with zippers at the knees, to transform into shorts, and a pullover sweater broken up into layers of vivid color. Neutral tones and darker navy shades are accompanied by bright accents courtesy of yellow, blue and red tees emblazoned with skeletons and Butter Goods logos alike, joined by a short-sleeve elevated by cobra imagery. Rounding out the release are caps printed with “JAZZ,” a nod to the collection’s underlying musical inspiration, furthered by a portrait of War bandleader Lonnie Jordan.

Expect the gear to hit Butter Goods’ web store on November 18 after arriving at stockists a day earlier.

For more comfortable seasonal layers, check out the latest from KITH x Bergdorf Goodman’s continuing collaboration.

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