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Spotlight | The Hundreds Fall 2017 Lookbook

Relax your look with a new lineup of gear that embodies California workwear.

Derek Georgevichby Derek Georgevich

The new season of gear from The Hundreds takes inspiration from the streets, and more specifically from those who get things done. The line up is filled with what the brand calls, “California workwear.” The clothes are resilient, made with fabrics like heavyweight cotton canvas and lightweight water-resistant polyester.

You won’t find super fitted options here either. We all know skinny jeans have been having a moment the past five years, but The Hundreds is going to give you some alternatives with a little wiggle room. Both the Amp Pants and the Maker Chino Pants have a relaxed easy fit, making them perfect for doing some work in the garage, or even the great outdoors.

The collection also has an appreciated nod to the past. The Hughes T-Shirt takes us right back to high school, with wide stripes and a front and center small embroidery, and the End Crewneck, screenprinted on brightly colored cottons, looks straight out of the 80s.

All images courtesy of The Hundreds.