Sometimes being basic isn't such a bad thing. Take the pared-down tops and dresses ($58–$488) from new Canadian line Kit and Ace: They're no-frills, neutral and perfect in that easy-peasy, no-brainer-style sort of way. But run your hand along one of its essential tanks ($68) or slouchy tees ($78) and you realize the garments aren't so basic. After all, these babies are made of Technical Cashmere, a genius (and proprietary) fabric that's light, machine-washable and oh-so-freaking comfortable.
The luxe, high-tech material is the crux of the Kit and Ace brand, which was founded by Shannon Wilson and JJ Wilson (the wife and son of Lululemon founder Chip Wilson—how's that for some retail-world cred?). And boy did they get it right. The fabric drapes beautifully, feels uh-mazing and doesn't pill, stretch or shrink like traditional cashmere. The fact that the silhouettes are modern, cool and basically foolproof? Just icing on the cake, folks.
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