Summer suit setups, with a touch of Japan

Summer is in full swing here in Japan, and we know that work doesn’t slow down despite the rising temperatures…

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Have you heard of Japan’s “cool biz” initiative? Initially as a way to conserve energy by reducing the need for air-conditioning, cools biz sees office workers in Japan say goodbye to their suit jackets and embrace short sleeves and light fabrics for the hot and humid summer months.

Here are kay me, we love our high performance office wear that’s suitable for summer as well as transitional months. Comprising a mini collection of dresses, tops, skirts and jackets, our summer suit setups are designed to keep you cool with breathable and fully washable fabrics, as well as stylish with our easy to coordinate colors and beautiful original prints.

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This season, our suits also feature our striking Ryukyu-bingata prints, inspired by authentic designs from Japan’s southernmost islands, and using 22 colors to create our charming choice of two tops and one dress.

Pair our prints with matching tones including the navy and gray of our suit jackets and skirts, with other options such as off-white and beige, or contrasting colors including with bold and bright shades of our Vitamin cardigan series.

kay me stylists suggest playing with our mix-and-match collection as a great way to start your own work wardrobe capsule of versatile items that can effortlessly be worn in a wide variety of ways with each other as well as other kay me clothing, including our Kanazawa-made cardigans, full Ryukyu-bingata print dresses and matching solid color dresses.

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Simply add a jacket, such as our featured bolero and classic tailored styles, for an instant suit setup that transitions from the morning commute to meetings and out for dinner.

Plus, our crease-resistant fabric keep you looking your best all day long and well beyond.

Discover more from our summer suit setup collection, with free global shipping as standard.

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