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Wrangler Offers Escapist Designs for Spring/Summer ’21

Wrangler revisited the vault for its women’s Spring/Summer 2021 collection. Launching Monday on and on Nordstrom and Free People, the collection centers on retro fits and upbeat prints and patterns.

The brand’s Heritage collection, a line of high-rise essential fits that launched last fall, returns with seasonal updates and a campaign fronted by model and designer Georgia May Jagger, the daughter of  model Jerry Hall and rocker Mick Jagger.

The collection includes high-rise options in boot-cut, flare, skinny, straight and wide-leg fits and comes in an array of light to dark washes and black. Some come in fashion colors. The Wander high-rise flare is available in pale yellow, lavender and two-tone denim. The Wild West high-rise straight is also available in lavender, as well as washed-down beige.

Each jean in the Heritage collection features a classic Wrangler leather patch on the back pocket.

The brand is also making good on its commitment to introduce more tees and sweats, in response to consumers spending more time in relaxed, casual clothing. These pieces are peppered throughout Wrangler’s three capsule collections: Welcome to Paradise, Good Vibes and Rodeo Surf.

Pastel tie-dye T-shirts and sweatshirts, striped tops and graphic tees with tropical motifs add a pop of color to Welcome to Paradise. The line boasts classic denim styles, like mom jeans, kick flares and a retro chore jean with a side closure, as well a zip-up and Western utility jean jacket.

Denim boiler suits, bib shorts, jean skirts, pleated denim shorts, as well as Western shirt dresses and a chore dress round out the line.

Influences from the ’70s runs throughout Wrangler’s Good Vibes capsule collection. Cut-off jean shorts and ringer tees serve retro summer-ready looks, but a range of printed denim makes the biggest statement. High-rise flare jeans are decorated with lasered stripes and chevron and horseshoe prints. Others feature red, blue and teal stripes, accented with solid denim back pockets.

In Rodeo Surf, Wrangler pairs cut-off Festival shorts with boxy, oversized and regular T-shirts with logo graphics spanning volcanos and desert sunsets, to race cars and tigers. The line also features logo hoodies, oversized sweatshirts, a T-shirt dress and a novelty Cuban shirt with palm tree silhouettes.