With summer holidays on the horizon, linen clothing is top of the shopping list for many of our customers. It’s light, easy-to-wear and has a great summer feel. Linen can also be mixed with other fabrics, and these blends often come with time-saving qualities like being easier to iron (always a bonus). We’ve selected five key pieces below to inspire your summer wardrobe…
1. The trousers
TheseÂ linen-blend trousersÂ are a great holiday wardrobe staple, especially in white. At just Â£16.00 they’re fabulousÂ value and come in a variety of colours to mix-and-match with your summer outfits. Don’t forget some nude coloured, seamless underwear if you choose white or beige.
2. The cardigan
Try ourÂ Linen Rich Kimono Cardigan, a stylish cover-up for the warmer months and an easy way to add a splash of colour to your wardrobe. It’s machine washable at 30 degrees and an easy-to-wear piece for summer layering, just take Twiggy as inspiration above.
3. The suit
Linen can be a stylish option for the office too.Â Linen Miracleâ„¢ Crease Resistant SuitÂ is made from an Â innovative fabric with a linen and polyester blend, so it has the same look and feel as linen but none of the annoying creases. The special yarn means that the linen completely surrounds the polyester, so it looks and feels like natural linen but it’s practical too. The best of both worlds! There is also a Linen Miracleâ„¢Â trouser suit available in navy blue.
4. The tunic
This machine-washable,Â Linen Blend Abstract Print Tunic is also ‘quick iron’ to save you time and effort. Team it with capri pants or white linen trousers for a great weekend outfit this summer. A statement, tribal-inspired necklace is the perfect finishing touch.
5. The dress
ThisÂ Linen Blend Striped Dress is versatile enough to be dressed up or down. We recently invited five fashion bloggers in to take a look at our dresses collection and this one was picked out as a favourite – the belt comes with it and works to nip in the waist for aÂ feminine, hourglass silhouette.
How do you wear linen? Will you be buying any linen clothing for this summer? Do let us know by leaving a comment below.