We take a look at three novel ways to style one of our top summer items, the Satucket River Linen Dress.
If you’re still searching for your go-to summer staple, look no further. A linen dress is light, but versatile, stylish but casual. Now that the sun’s out in full force, linen is the ideal material to keep you cool in the scorching weather that’s lurking around the corner.
For our Satucket River Linen Dress (available in blue or white), we’ve chosen three different ways to wear one of our favorite items from our linen collection.
Work to Play
Layered with skinny jeans, worn with wedges, accompanied by a tote bag
Wearing the Satucket River Linen Dress over a pair of our Cedar Lake Skinny Fit Denim Pants separates you from the crowd – why only wear it as a dress when it also works so well as a dress-shirt hybrid? With the carefully detailed ankle zips, these 5-pocket pants make for a comfortable but stylish look. Pair it with the Pembroke Vertical Leather Shopper Bag for those trips to your favorite boutique shops. To keep cool, slip on a pair of our Tilden Leather Double-Strap sandals.
Worn as a cover-up, with sandals and a floppy hat
On hot days when you’re lucky enough to be near water, wear the Satucket River Linen Dress as a swimsuit cover-up. Weather you’re poolside or beach-bound, the Satucket River Linen Dress will keep you cool during those moments out of the water and it’s super easy to slip on post-dip. The comfortable Sheafe Leather Thong Sandals complement the dress and make for easy sandy walks. The Highland Beach Straw Sun Hat completes this look that will have you channeling your blissful, summer vibe.
Worn with a cardigan, Oxfords and a baseball hat
This casual look is as comfy as it is versatile. If you’re a big fan of light layers, then the Barton River Waterfall Cardigan Sweater (in wild ink, surf blue or off-white) could be the go-to item for you. Worn over the Satucket River Linen Dress, it’s the perfect neutral item that will go with anything. Pair it with our Millway Suede Oxford Shoes (in tan, navy or grey) for a vintage feel and cap it off with a baseball hat to keep you cool.
Didn’t we tell you the linen dress was versatile? How will you wear yours?