Spring Collection at Havana Nines

Spring has sprung at Havana Nines and new styles have started arriving on the island, and are currently on display at the boutique at Paseo Herencia.

One of the highlights of the season is the introduction of the Havana Nines Polovera. It has the feel and attitude of a guayabera and the look of a polo shirt, but it uniquely stands alone as a hybrid of two great silhouettes.  It also has a small slit pocket, that is a great space for reading glasses or a fine cigar!

The Spring features some fun, fresh colors such as cantaloupe, celery, maize, blue Curacao, honeydew, ice blue, butter, pomegranate and azure blue along with the company’s core colors of white, black, caramel and nutmeg.

Shopper will see continued influence of the military, via shoulder epaulets, also just-introduced gingham checks and soft stripes, in addition to great solids.  The clothes made with Havana Nines cotton stretch chino, are comfortable, yet look very sophisticated no matter what color you choose.

In addition, Havana Nines also features a new collection of long sleeved cotton woven shirts in many patterns and colorations. These continue the perfect Havana Nines looks for day and night combined with jeans or dress slacks, perfect for hanging out with friends or dinner at an elegant restaurant.

New and fun embroideries and colors also appear on Tranquilo short sleeve shirts, and for the cost conscious shopper these styles are made in linen/cotton and linen/rayon combinations. They have quite a lot of style for a great price!

For women, Havana Nines continues the very popular linen drawstring pant as well as the line of ¾ sleeve guayaberas. The company is re-introducing the Halter Guayabera Dress. It has all the pleating and button details of the male guayabera yet in a dress style. And ladies might even consider wearing it as a vest/duster over a tee or tank with leggings.

Check out Havana Nines – great Spring vibrant colors balanced with basic, classic colors, new and exciting styles, patterns and looks to keep patrons “dressed to the nines!”