Tom Mora, head of women’s design at J.Crew, took his cues from the saturated colors of photographs from vintage Time Life books. This was a welcome move, because while there were still some of the now-ubiquitous neons in the lineup, the most charming looks were those in softer hues. These included a pink blazer over a pajama-style shirt and brocade shorts, and a chic slouchy white suit with a top in a faded parasol motif.

Tom Mora, head of women’s design at J.Crew, took his cues from the saturated colors of photographs from vintage Time Life books. This was a welcome move, because while there were still some of the now-ubiquitous neons in the lineup, the most charming looks were those in softer hues. These included a pink blazer over a pajama-style shirt and brocade shorts, and a chic slouchy white suit with a top in a faded parasol motif.

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