Butter Goods returns for another seasonal drop, following the pre-summer delivery with a variety of goods ideal for both toasty afternoons and chilly evenings. Encompassing several references, the collection’s graphics are bolstered by elevated wardrobe staples that include several color-blocked quarter-zip jackets.
Lightweight fleece jackets and work-ready overshirts offer protection against pre-summer chill, without unnecessarily weighing down the wearer. T-shirts provide a graphic contrast to the bright red and yellow tones that inform the outerwear, with a cap-wearing bulldog and Butter branding playing across pastel-toned tees and striped shirts alike. Chenille patch “JAZZ” verbiage and an illustration of a saxophone player are balanced by an all-over print of the Lion of Judah, snatched straight off the Ethiopian flag and emblazoned across chinos and knitwear. An array of logo caps and embroidered “Butter” tees round out the first delivery.
Expect the Q2 2019 collection to hit Butter Good’s website on May 19, the day after it hits physical stores around the globe.
For more color-rich seasonal layers, check out ROKIT’s summertime drop.
- Garth Mariano