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Super-baggy khaki pants, denim work shirts, and floor-length camel coats? Count us in!
new lookbook steals styles and fabrics from dads and combines them with sleek silhouettes for only the coolest
daughters girls in town. The ensembles pair white polos worthy of the golf course with a worn-in light blue jean (you know the kind) that are just tapered enough to give you shape without sacrificing coolness.
Uber girly? Have no fear, it's not all so father figure — there are even heeled booties and skirts (skirts over pants, that is), stacked loafers, and belted sweaters. There's a method behind the madness (dadness, if you will) that is the pops wardrobe: comfort, durability, and, basically, lookin' sharp. With this collection, style really is all in the family.
Can't get enough of Eighteenth or their awesome paternal instincts? Check out their blog for daily inspirations illustrations of the collection by Justin Teodoro (plus an illustration of the designer's muse-slash-dad).
Photos: Courtesy of Eighteenth
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