Introducing Kit and Ace’s Technical Cashmere™ to Fit Your Busy Lifestyle
From a morning spin class at Peloton to your afternoon client lunch to post-work cocktails and beyond. You never stop, and you’re out there making a statement every day after all, life is for really living. But with such a full-contact lifestyle, time is your most precious commodity; you need to be ready for anything and everything. Wearing clothes that make you look good — and take you from day to night, work to play and even across the globe — is essential. That’s where Kit and Ace comes in.
The Kit and Ace collection for men and women is designed to move with your lifestyle, combining luxurious fabrics with technical functionality for a look of casual perfection. With their Technical Cashmere™ fabric, Kit and Ace has changed the luxury market with an innovative material that is lightweight, contoured to your shape, and machine washable. It offers the comfort and luxury of pure cashmere without the high-maintenance qualities. Your clothes move with you, seamlessly adapting to whatever the day brings with it. As a result, you feel good, look good and can get on with your busy schedule without missing a beat.
For a look that allows you to never sacrifice aesthetic for function, slip on the Technical Cashmere™ tee. Pair it with tailored bottoms and layer on and off as the destination (and the climate) dictate. The neutral color palette works with everything, providing a simple way for you to incorporate your own favorite wardrobe pieces and accessories, and showcase your personal style. The result? A look of understated luxury elevated to effortless perfection.
If you’re trying to find a time-efficient way to balance your bucket list with your to-do list, wearing Technical Cashmere™ can help create a wardrobe to complement your full-contact life.
To check out the latest collection by Kit and Ace stop by their Newbury Street store at 208 Newbury Street or visit them online at www.kitandace.com.This is a paid partnership between Kit and Ace and Boston Magazine's City/Studio