Many products of the 90s didn't fare well in the new millennium -- Baywatch Hawaii bombed, grunge quickly fizzled, and those hot chicks from Hanson decided to become dudes. Proving the decade's look has stood the test of time, DURKL, and their new Spring/Summer drop
The DC haberdashers are at it again, but this time 'round're subduing their street-style roots by drawing on what they claim are 90s-era nautical, sportswear, and preppy touches, which used to just get people suspended from Groton, cause it's all guys. Things start classy with four styles of chest-pocketed buttondowns, including the lightweight poplin Meridian (in either red/white/blue or orange/blue/white thick plaid) and Potomac (in thinner blue/grey or red/white plaid); the Santa Fe, made from lime green Oxford with contrasting cuff- & collar-lining in red/white gingham; and the "Mixed Up", featuring contrasting blue, yellow and pink pastel sleeves/collars/placket/body, also the official military outfit of the former Easter Bloc. Button-haters can choose from twelve graphic tees (a shaggy-haired, bearded face played out on a spiraling lemon rind; "This Buds For You" w/ "Buds" covered up with the Durkl logo), while covering it all's a multi-pocketed mesh-lined raincoat (sporting a high-cut collar, brimmed hood, leather toggles, and a low-cut scoop back) avail in either green or blue with a horizontal white stripe, which at one point in time was obviously Meg, cause it sure wasn't her drumming.
Capping things off're a pair of lightweight chinos w/ contrast striped roll-up cuffs; a pair of square, BluBlocker-esque black-or-red shades; and a funky-brimmed snapback hat in either pink or blue, so might as well get one of each for the Hansons just to be safe.