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Linen: The Transitional Fabric


It’s finally spring, and lightweight, breathable linen is our fabric of choice this season. Our Spring 2015 collection features a wide variety of linen pieces, from airy tees to crisp button-downs to shorts and lightweight jackets. We’ve used this transitional, seasonable fabric to create effortlessly casual looks for both men and women.

Men's Linen Look

This versatile collection was designed with warming weather in mind. And as linen is a renewable material, made from the flax plant, it aligns with our goal to create comfortable, stylish, sustainable products. 

Hubbard River Linen Shirt

For men, our Hubbard River collection of shirts features a carefree, sunwashed look that keeps just a bit of structure and can dress up or down. For women, our Satucket River linen shift dress is a light, streamlined piece that’s designed with a skinny, contrast-color belt and perfectly complements sandals or flats. 

Amanda Valdez Linen Dress

Your spring wardrobe also calls for a mix of textures, and pairing items from our linen and denim collections will give your closet the update you’re looking for. With new washes and the same easygoing aesthetic as our linen pieces, our Spring 2015 denim collection includes a variety of cuts and styles for men and women.

Men's Classic 2-Eye Boat Shoe in Denim

Complete your look with a pair of our men’s classic 2-eye boat shoes, featuring brand-new colors for Spring 2015. Try a standout shade of apricot, blue or mauve for a bold pop of color, or stick with our traditional brown or black leather sandals to keep a low profile. For women, our Ellsworth collection of slip-on ballerina flats features comfortable customer favorites that go with nearly everything, in bright new shades of premium leather.

This spring, our linen pieces are designed to keep you feeling cool, looking even cooler and add some texture to your look. And when you add in complementary pieces from the rest of our spring collection, you’ll take on the season in style.