Five ways to include this versatile fabric in your wardrobe
Nothing beats linen when it comes to staying cool in the summer. Crisp and lightweight, it’s both comfortable and luxurious. What’s more? It’s sustainable.
So, go ahead and invest in more than a few pieces this season. Here are some exciting suggestions for your everyday style
Designer Altuzarra’s Spring 2016 collection made a stylish case for linen jumpsuits. What’s great about wearing one is that you don’t need to accessorize much. Just pair it with a thin belt to define your waist.
Designer Anavila Misra’s handwoven linen saris are a must-have for every woman. Summary, elegant and comfortable, their languid drape makes them great for work or occasion wear.
Before you dismiss the idea that pantsuits and summer don’t go together, imagine this: A breathable, light linen suit in a loose androgynous fit. Get inspired by Miroslava Duma’s all-white pantsuit for a smart, casual look. Add playfulness by replacing the ankle-length pant with a cropped one or pairing the suit with sneakers.
Linen shirts are always a good buy. Focus on pinstripes if you are looking to curate a workwear wardrobe. Infuse some color with turquoise and pink – this ‘season’s It color. You can also play with the length of the shirt by pairing an oversized button-down with jeggings or wearing one as a dress. Want to try something unique? How about replacing a saree blouse with a cropped shirt?
Nothing spells comfort like linen pajamas. Invest in a pair for a luxurious night’s sleep. But why restrict it to just nightwear? Try pajama dressing during the day, at work or play – it’s all the rage right now.
How do you incorporate linen into your wardrobe? Tell us in comments below
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