Essential styles for May
This month in style: May's 5 essential styles
Frank And Oak staff
Recycled hemp pants and shorts that are more easy-breezy than hippy-dippy; comfy jean shorts that’ll give your legs their moment in the sun; and clean, casual linen shirts that won’t put a wrinkle in your budget, luxurious satin eveningwear and more. Here’s our edit of what’s new and coming soon for both men and women in the month of May.
Some turn their nose up at jean shorts. We say they are a true champion of summer style. Better yet we've developed a variety of styles in an array of materials and washes.
Our hydro-less denim is made using innovative, water-saving technology. Standard denim manufacturing process wastes thousands of gallons of water. Hydro-Less’ factory utilizes nano-bubble and Ozone-wash technologies to conserve water, energy and avoid nasty chemicals.
French terry denim (coming soon)
The look of denim, the feel of your favourite sweatpants. It's win-win. Made from ultra comfortable and breathable knitted loop-back French terry, you won't want to take these off all summer.
Clean silhouettes elevated with an elegant, fluid satin fabric. Ideal for long summer soirées, outdoor weddings, and any other smart occassions on your summer calendar.
Recycled hemp bottoms
With an equal focus on style and sustainability, hemp has come a long way from its puka shell necklace days. Grown without pesticides, hemp consumes 50% less water than cotton, is antimicrobial, and naturally blocks UV rays. It’s truly a wonder-fabric and we’ve gone ahead and used it for our popular Newport chinos and shorts.
The breezy strength of linen meets the soft, sustainability of TENCEL®. These summer faves are made from a fine blend of durable, breathable linen and soft TENCEL™ (a fabric made from sustainable pulped wood) for a crisp, smooth texture that exudes a laid back vibe.
Coming May 15: Breezy linen shirts
Linen: it wicks sweat, keeps the wearer cool, and we’ve made a variety of clean pieces in solids, stripes and checks with it. Besides a cold drink, what more do you need for the warm months ahead?