GUESS Originals Revamps Retro Favorites for Spring 2021

Classic pastel layering pieces, washed-out denim and athleisure essentials.

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GUESS Originals continues to mine its archives for the Spring 2021 collection, a rich assortment of approachable, affordable goods informed by the brand’s signature ’90s aesthetic. Of course, the cuts skew contemporary, rather than vintage, with relaxed yet trim shapes informing the diverse assortment of lightweight layering pieces, pants and accessories.

A bevy of graphic tees lead the assortment, including some of GUESS’ signature striped iterations, accompanied by a selection of elevated basics courtesy of GUESS Originals’ Kit Program. This go-round, these include terry cloth crewneck sweaters and hoodies, chambray shirts and pocket tees alongside plenty of lightweight chino trousers and stonewashed denim jeans.

In-line pants — all finished with the GUESS Originals triangle badge — are similarly versatile and steeped in heritage: relaxed carpenter jeans and straight leg cuts draw directly from GUESS’ legacy, while crinkly nylon shorts provide the featherweight touch needed for the sunniest spring climes.

“This is the most robust and elevated collection we’ve provided at the GUESS Originals level,” said Nicolai Marciano, Brand Partnerships Director at GUESS, in a statement.

“There’s been a high demand for long-lasting, effortless silhouettes. Our customers are searching for high-quality apparel they can wear every day. We created this collection with versatility top of mind and designed year-round elevated staples for everyone.”

Look for the new Spring 2021 lineup to hit GUESS’ website and stores on March 16.

A similar sense of retro cool pervaded CLOT’s recent Kangol collaboration.

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