You heard it here first: Soft suiting is having a moment. Gone are the days when the suit was just for the man about town. Now, suits are bringing back their curves with feminine shapes, delicate fabrics, and a whole color palette of wonderful shades. In linen or silky TENCEL™, we’re wearing a soft suit everywhere we go, and so should you.
The dappled sun, the shade of unique colonial architecture, the sticky sweet smell of cañoncitos hawked by street vendors, and the cool taste of Argentinian wine. This fall, we’re launching our neu-est collection in the fabulous Buenos Aires, where the streets are filled with infinitely stylish porteños enjoying the most incredible atmosphere in Latin America.
Here at Neu Nomads, we often think of linen as the underdog in the sustainable fabric world. Naturally plant-based, hypoallergenic, and oh-so-cool, organic linen has it all.
It’s the biggest power move of the year: The linen suit. Nothing says nonchalance more than relaxed, comfy, organic linen. And bringing it into the boardroom? That’s genius. A linen suit softens those tailored edges and brings feminine chic to a masculine shape.
As summer fast approaches, we're shrugging off our winter layers and revealing breezy, relaxed linen underneath. From a cool cover-up around the pool to an easy outfit for weekend city-strolling, it's no secret that linen is our favorite: for more of our musings on this incredibly versatile fabric, you only need to take a trip into our blog archives.
This Mother’s Day, we’re kicking off the celebrations early with a curation of sustainable, meaningful gifts for ALL MOTHERS. Whether you’re a mother-to-be, a new mom, a grandmother, or the mom in your friendship group, you deserve something beautiful to celebrate. So, here’s our Spring Gift Guide for the perfect gifts for the women that mean the most to you.
When it comes to buying sustainably, it’s tricky to separate fact from fiction. There are hundreds of brands out there shouting about sustainability. Yet, when it comes down to it, many of those ‘sustainable’ brands simply slap a recycled paper label on a polyester dress and call it a day.