CURLY Fall/Winter 2018 Lookbook Is Comfort Perfected

Japanese quality, universal appeal.

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Following up on its breezy, effortless Spring/Summer 2018 range, Japanese label CURLY returns with another assortment of wearable looks in preperation for Fall/Winter 2018.

Centering around the brand’s Japanese-made comfortwear, the new looks include plenty of relaxed layers and silhouettes. Trim cuts are present to avoid sloppiness, with cropped trousers and tailored sleeves ensuring that the slouchy styling remains stylish. Key pieces range from Eastern-influenced tunic shirts and collarless coats to quarter-zip fleece jackets and hoodies boasting dropped shoulders, creating a seamless mix of timeless pieces. With a focus on neutral, versatile tones, the occasional pops of red and other primary tones garner extra emphasis, while subtle stripe patterns offer further visual appeal.

Expect the new goods to hit CURLY’s web store in the coming months. A variety of Japanese brands are gearing up for the coming seasons, with both HUMAN MADE and FILL THE BILL issuing Spring/Summer 2018 goods.

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