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Castle & Hammock’s Timeless Appeal
Posted by Lingerie Talk | May 12, 2014

There’s a timeless look and feel to the debut collection of Castle & Hammock, the new sleep- and loungewear label unveiled last month by the New York retail emporium Barneys.

With a name that evokes both aristocratic privilege and laissez-faire idleness, Castle & Hammock is an all-cotton range of airy, comfortable pieces meant to make you toss out those threadbare sweats and flannel jammies that you lived in all winter.

The collection includes camisoles and jumpsuits, cropped pants and drawstring shorts, and three dressing gowns with a heritage flair thanks to their vintage empire waist and 3/4 sleeves.

It’s a mix-and-match collection, too, with simple windowpane check and herringbone patterns available in most pieces.

Prices are extremely reasonable for anyone named Trump, but a bit of an investment for everyone else. Shorts are $185 while the must-have sleeveless jumpsuits go up to $365.

Don’t let the price tags dissuade you, though. Many of these pieces have a go-anywear look that will carry you through the day, and eventually through the summer.

Simple prints, functional cuts, seasonal fabrics and a dash of fashion appeal — this made-in-USA label has the hallmarks of an American classic. We can’t wait to see what they deliver for fall, when we’ll all be ready to go back into hibernation.

Here are some looks from the debut of Castle & Hammock, featuring Canadian model Meaghan Waller.

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