The notion of an edited wardrobe consisting of fewer, higher quality pieces spans beyond our closets. From interior design to personal philosophy, cohesive simplicity is always at the focus of Jenni Kayne’s aesthetic, and these new arrivals are no exception. The minimalist’s dream comes in a palette of cool neutrals: classic black and crisp white, washed chambray, cool navy and a cloudy hue are some of our favorites. Inspired by menswear shirting, the safari shirt is rendered in a soft cotton, perfectly tailored in all the right places (Tip: pair with the silk drawstring pant for a perfect balance of masculine and feminine).
Wardrobe essentials of the highest quality in luxe fabrics and soft wovens are naturally timeless, making it easy to build and layer all throughout the year. A solid base outfit acts as a canvas that invites textured accents and accessories—think head-to-toe classic black with the subtle contrast of our new tan shearling mule or camel suede Sonoma boot.
Minimalism is all about favoring the essentials without any excess. When you focus on a few standout pieces that you truly love, getting dressed in the morning is simple. Streamlining your routine and wardrobe gives you more space to focus on what really matters—you might even’ll find yourself moving through the day with a little more clarity and calm. We hope these new pieces find a special place in your closet for years to come. XXJKE
Photo: Angi Welsch
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