Percival Blurs the Lines Between Loungewear and Workwear With Its Waffle Pack

Consider your wardrobe sorted for what’s left of summer.

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Percival has followed up its recent collaboration with Champion with the launch of its easy-to-wear Waffle Pack.

The label — who recently opened its pop-up store in London’s Soho — has had a busy 2021, after securing a £3million (approximately $4.1m USD) investment from growth capital investor VGC Partners earlier this year.

Now for what remains of summer, the London-based label has launched a selection of casual shirts and matching shorts, in three colorways of navy, green and “Brick”. Crafted with a lightweight Waffle fabric, the capsule expertly blurs the lines between smart loungewear and casual workwear, whether worn together or styled as separate pieces.

Percival’s Waffle Pack is available to buy now from both the Percival website or in-store at the brand’s Soho pop-up.

In other news, here’s every piece dropping from Palace’s upcoming collaboration with adidas Originals.

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