Season: SS19

Key Pieces: The series of shirt jackets alongside cargo-esque pants, and the denim overalls. Plus, the all-khaki military-inspired uniform fit are some of the notable standouts from this range.

Editor's Notes: After dropping a military-inspired FW18 collection, Hong Kong-based label WORKWARE is back, this time with its SS19 offerings.

Encompassing a variety of silhouettes for men and women, ranging from shirts, jackets, pants, tees, knitwear and accessories, the overall aesthetic depicts a blend of contemporary workwear and utilitarian flair with a hint of military sensibilities. By emphasizing comfort, the silhouettes are styled in oversized cuts in lightweight fabrics and offer additional functionality with multi-purpose pockets. Additionally, the utilization of neutral tones complemented with bright shades like orange, yellow, red and blue, provide vibrance to the collection's clean designs.

If you like what you see, head on over to WORKWARE's website now for more info and availability.

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