Classic linen shirt
I bought this in a small and I could have returned it for XS because this has a very relaxed fit. Then I decided--hey--I like it loose like this. Either way, it is a class act, go with jeans or other pants, shirt.
The linen is not rough or too crisp--it's soft, lightweight, and lived-in. All the seams are finished. The collar is not too large. I got the violet color, and it is lovely. The copy reads ""tunic length,"" but I am short-waisted, and it seems tunic-length on ME, so a normal-waisted person might not think it's quite that long. Regardless, it's a great shirt and I might have to get a second one.
Nicely made linen shirt. It runs a little large, so order on the smaller side if you want a more fitted look.
Must Have Linen Blouse
This blouse has great structure and fits true to size. Washable and does not shrink in the dryer. Nice drape to the fabric.
Maybe on the recommend!
The orange color is brighter than expected, but OK. The shirt is one that crunches up quite a bit in washing, wish it had a bit more weight to help smooth it out. I like linen, but some comes out in accordion type pleats when laundered â€“ this one does. After reading some other reviews, the fabric may have this factor only w/the orange fabric?? Cut and fit are nice. But I dislike too much ironing!
Just as Pictured
Classic linen shirt. The tipping points for me were the color and the pocket. If you wear glasses or blow your nose, a pocket is handy. ""Deep Violet"" is not that ""deep,"" IMHO - more like Crayola ""purple"". Wonderful color! Will use this as a layering piece. I agree with other reviewers: it's cut generously though not loosely. If you like a fitted look, order down a size.
I got this lovely linen shirt in the violet, and it is a gorgeous, deep color that I love. The shirt is very light and perfect for summer. I am considering buying a second one in another color because I like the violet one so much. I ordered a S (usually prefer the roominess of a M) based on the other reviews, and I'm quite glad that I did. It's not too big, but I think a M would have been. It is long (tunic length as described) and it will be great with pants (white linen maybe) or belted with a skirt. This is a timeless shirt that I will wear for years. Highly recommended.
I feel every closet needs an oversized white linen shirt for summer and this shirt (in large) would be perfect except for one thing--it is so wrinkled. I know linen wrinkles but this fabric is crinkled and wrinkled everywhere, not just from sitting, etc. I spray it with wrinkle-releaser, I've tumbled dried it for a few minutes with damp clothes, nothing helps. I'm thinking about sewing weights into the hem but what a pain and would it work and even then the sleeves would be wrinkly.