There’s a reason linen is synonymous with summer clothing. The sustainable fiber is breathable, naturally anti-bacterial, and has twice the strength of cotton. And, when linen is cut into a classic little black dress, it’s a summer staple that you can wear all season long. I had the opportunity to partner with Garnet Hill to feature this dress and share a few ways I’ve worn it over the past month. (Unfortunately this particular dress is now sold out, but this one is similar and you can find more linen dresses here.) It has been, unquestionably, the highlight of my summer wardrobe. It feels airy on the hottest days (including a high-humidity day in Austin, pictured below), and still allows me to feel pulled together despite the heat. Plus, linen is a versatile fabric that looks just as appropriate in casual situations as it does at the office, making it a smart investment for your summer wardrobe.
Outfit Three: Garnet Hill dress (c/o) | Tory Burch tote (old; love this one) | Soludos espadrilles | Dolce & Gabbana sunglasses (old; similar) | earrings purchased in Austin (similar) | Monica Vinader ring (old; similar)
Thanks to Garnet Hill for partnering on this post!