5 Linen pieces to see you through summer
Perfect for sunny days in the city and balmy evenings on the beach, our edit of linen styles will bring a nonchalant spirit to your spring-summer wardrobe. Look to diaphanous dresses, breezy jumpsuits and easy tailoring with of-the-moment details this season. Here are five key pieces to start styling now.
1. The white linen dress
Our Nina dress has been crafted from linen and comes in a fresh shade of white. In an elegant halter design, it is completed with button detailing before falling to a versatile mid length that is easy to style. We’ll be wearing ours with sandals during the day and then a slick of red lipstick and flatforms after-dark.
2. The relaxed linen blazer
The transformative power of a perfectly cut, linen blazer makes it a non-negotiable wardrobe staple this spring-summer. Wear it with signature denim to elevate your look or pair with slip dresses and fluid skirts to add a modern edge. Our streamlined silhouettes make for timeless pieces that will take you from work into the weekend with ease.
3. The easy linen jumpsuit
Step out of your comfort zone with a cleverly designed jumpsuit this season. This relaxed short sleeved jumpsuit has all the makings of a perfect warm weather outfit, style with sandals during the height of summer and when autumn comes, switch to trainers and a leather jacket. A woven straw bag and simple hoop earrings will keep your look pared-back – our Bamboo Hoops are set to be a favourite.
4. The linen midi dress
Capacious but demure styles are essential this season, so seek out voluminous dresses with breathing room and ground them with chic but practical accessories. Our Tansey linen dress comes in a versatile navy hue and has been designed with a tie detail that will define the waist. Leather accessories and tousled hair are the only finishing touches you need – this is a piece that will really go the distance.
5. The statement linen suit
Embrace spring-summer with an energising linen suit. This feels like a cool alternative to dresses and jumpsuits, especially if you wear blazers open with a white tee and add contrasting accessories. The silhouette is a classic so you don’t need to overcomplicate it. We’d recommend styling this vivid two-piece with trainers for a fresh spin on off-duty style, or with refined heeled sandals for special occasions. Alternatively, style the cropped trousers separately with simple camis and a cool leather jacket this season.