One item, 6 ways of styling it: the linen trouser
Ciao guys, I hope you are all well and you are enjoying the sun coming back as much as possible. I am so happy about it, I couldn't stand the rain any longer but I am a bit less pleased about pollen. I found out that I am allergic after waking up with red and swollen eyes: it was hilarious, I literally looked like a frog (I am not going to post pics of me like that, I still have a dignity). The absurd thing is that I grown up in the country side so I honestly can't even explain why it happened t me right now.
Enough with my usual life digressing, today's post will be about another great wardrobe staple that is a must have for the fast approaching Summer: linen trousers.
Now, if you don't own a pair, you definitely should. They are the comfiest and most breathable pair of trousers and they also look effortlessly chic. I know, they get creased almost immediately, but it is in the nature of linen, which is a natural fibre and therefore it is perfectly acceptable. As per usual, I chose a classic beige colour to make the most of them as this lovely beige shade will be complimentary to what I already have.
I tend to wear mostly neutral colours and my style is evolving towards a more masculine and minimalistic vibe but I still like to play with the few colourful items I have left, so added a cheerful outfit for the bright shades enthusiasts.
The outfits below are all complimentary to each other and I can easily mix all the pieces in order to easily rotate the looks, which is essential for my lifestyle.
Linen trousers are an absolute must have to pack for hot country holidays (flights available from the 1st of July are an encouraging sign that summer will not be cancelled hopefully!) while being polished enough for the city, thanks to their the tailored fit but I must admit I prefer the relaxed way of styling them and I don't usually dress them up.
The ones that I am wearing are from Pure Collection, available on the website in 3 colours, but they are almost sold out I am afraid (I will add nice alternative for you below). I am wearing a size 10, which was pretty fitted at the beginning while now they are more relaxed as linen will naturally loosen up a bit after a few wears.
These are my go-to styling combo:
Cardigan + t-shirt + straw bag + brogue shoes
Cardigan + t-shirt + sandals + tote bag
Blazer + t-shirt + bucket bag + trainers
Shirt + straw bag + trainers
Cardigan + camera bag + slippers
Long cardigan + tank top + camera bag + sliders
Which outfit do you prefer? Which one would you wear? Let me know in the comments below!
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Have a lovely start to the week all!