TIGHTBOOTH Summer 2022 Furthers Its Relaxed Aesthetic

Featuring balloon pants, quarter-zip shirts and more.

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Osaka-based label TIGHTBOOTH is back for the Summer 2022 season with a new collection that furthers its relaxed aesthetic.

The Japanese brand’s signature style has become synonymous with oversized silhouettes like balloon pants and loose-fitting shirts, and the new collection is no exception. This time around, bottoms crafted from cotton and denim fabrics come to life through vivid shades of crimson red, tangerine, plum, olive, brown and more. From wide-fitting shorts to tactical cargo styles, collection bottoms blend a variety of style notes. A pants highlight is a multicolored globe graphic washed in hues of pine green, beige and brown.

Next in the lineup are oversized open-collared shirts in beige and pistachio green with side ribbed detailing, solid-color t-shirts, graphic t-shirts, multicolored flannels, short-sleeve quarter-zip shirts and short-sleeve button-down shirts with crane detailing. Finishing off the collection are accessories like caps, linen tweed hats, sandals, neck pillows and belts.

Take a look at the collection in the gallery above. TIGHTBOOTH’s Summer 2022 collection is set to release Saturday, June 25 on the brand’s website.

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