We've mentioned leopard, camo, and stars as ubiquitous prints for the upcoming months but polka dots are also (always) a contender. The Levi’s Lefty x Takiro Kuraishi Western Shirt brings the heat with Kwamé favorite pattern. The Japanese designer, Takiro Kuraishi, one half of the brilliant Number (N)ine, features his penchant for detail to Levi’s Lefty. The shirt makes use of the currently popular club collar and boasts a unique placement of the patch pocket for a clean, lean silhouette. Sure, it's INSANELY expensive at $576.00 a pop (at Oki-Ni) but it's all about peeping the details to mimic the aesthetic. It looks great buttoned all the way up to the top but it's as layering pieces that these prints clock serious mileage.

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