THT-Styling Linen Pants for Spring and Summer - Elegantly Dressed and Stylish
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THT-Styling Linen Pants for Spring and Summer

It’s time to get out those linen pieces. I am styling a pair of linen pants on the blog today.

It’s that time of year that the linen pieces are showing in retailers and if we don’t have a pair of linen pants, we want to get one to wear when that weather starts to get humid.

Styling Linen Pants

Today I went with a monochromatic look styling my olive linen trousers and tank. I bought this tank in 4 colors for the summer as it will be great to wear on its own or under a blazer ( linen blazer 🙂 )

I kept it simple with a gold link chain necklace, straw circle bag, and my favorite pair of Mango cognac sandals. When you wear a monochromatic look, be aware of adding texture with accessories to add visual interest to the outfit.

Here the rattan bag, with its patterned design, and my croc textured strappy sandals, adds a richer look with these accessories.

Linen is pretty much a “Rite of Passage” here in the South. I used to wonder about the appeal, not being fond of wrinkles. However, once you accept that as the “character” of the fabric, you will feel much freer! No one wants to have sweat stains or clothes sticking to them, so it important to wear those cooler fabrics in the warmer months.

Linen is naturally breathable. This fabric helps to wick away moisture and leave your body cool. So, with linen it will wick away sweat and keep you dry in those hot summer months. Not only that, but it is a sustainable option, and as mentioned, will keep you cool.

Cotton is another good choice in the hot months of summer, and these two fabrics are my main choices as well.

I bought these pants from LOFT a few years ago, and I am wearing an xs. Somehow that is not always equated with tall. The pants hit a bit above the ankle, so I would have liked them a little longer, but they fit great everywhere else. I  found this pair on Mango, and it comes in 5 different colors, if you love them! I chose to wear a strappy sandal with this look, but you could go with the casual vibe here, and wear a cute pair of braided slides, or a fashionable sneaker.

Do you wear certain fabrics only when the weather gets warmer? Are you a fan of linen? Tell me in the comments. Id love to hear from you. 

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  • Nancy Weisx
    Posted at 08:42h, 16 May Reply

    I’m a fan of natural breathable fabrics and linen is one of my favorites. This olive color looks beautiful on you Jess. I enjoyed the read.

  • Silkworth Melanie
    Posted at 08:42h, 15 May Reply

    I have such a hard time with Linen, but you make it look fabulous!

  • Nipa | Fashion
    Posted at 07:44h, 15 May Reply

    Love this look on you, Jess. I just bought my first pair on linen pants. I hadn’t thought about a monochromatic outfit so I’ll definitely try it. xo Nipa

  • Gail
    Posted at 02:51h, 13 May Reply

    Fab look – I thought it was a jumpsuit at first. Very glamorous xx

  • Alexandra
    Posted at 13:09h, 12 May Reply

    Green and brown are such a great color combo!

  • Judy Arazoza
    Posted at 10:21h, 12 May Reply

    Well I’m not really a fan of linen because it tends to make me look like I slept in my clothes at wrinkles up so fast. However I am a fan of the color you chose in the monochromatic look along with the simple accessories.

  • Emma Peach
    Posted at 18:55h, 11 May Reply

    I love this colour on you! The tank is such a great fit, buying it in multiple colours was a wise move! I like the feel of linen in hot weather but I’m not a fan of the creasing – not that we get that much hot weather here!

    Emma xxx

  • Lucy Bertoldi
    Posted at 09:42h, 11 May Reply

    Love this monochromatic look! The linen pants are on point- i find it so difficult to find the right linen fabric and loo- these are great!

  • Laura Bambrick
    Posted at 07:29h, 11 May Reply

    This monochrome look is so chic and elegant on you! It’s perfect for spring. Linen is definitely a good fabric to wear to help you stay cool. I need pants like those! They are really cute on you!

  • Shauna
    Posted at 23:08h, 10 May Reply

    Love this bag! What a fun spring/summer statement piece!


  • Michele
    Posted at 20:57h, 10 May Reply

    I love this monochromatic look on you Jess! It’s styled so perfectly

  • Carrie @ Curly Crafty Mom
    Posted at 19:41h, 10 May Reply

    Linen is nice for staying cool, especially with the humidity we get here in STL. We’ve gone straight from winter to summer I feel like with just a few nice ‘spring’ days. I love the color of those trousers and the cute tie on them.


  • Cheryl Shops
    Posted at 16:30h, 10 May Reply

    It is not quite yet linen weather here in San Francisco (we’ve had an unseasonably cold spring so far), but hoping it will be soon! Love the cut of your tank—I’m going to check those out!
    Cheryl Shops |

  • Lizzie
    Posted at 13:59h, 10 May Reply

    That color is so pretty on you! Love how you styled this outfit! I have a similar handbag and love using it for summer 🙂


  • Jodie Filogomo
    Posted at 13:35h, 10 May Reply

    It’s funny how we struggle with the wrinkles in linen. I’m trying to embrace them on my body and in my clothing, haha.

  • Nancy
    Posted at 11:04h, 10 May Reply

    Such a gorgeous colour! I don’t like to wear linen, because of the wrinkles, but it’s the best thing to wear when it’s warm.

  • Michelle
    Posted at 10:51h, 10 May Reply

    Great look, Jess! I need to try linen. I’ve always shied away because it often wrinkles, but maybe I should give it go. Ha! I was surprised to find my SIA post was the most clicked. Nice!


  • Di Cook
    Posted at 09:58h, 10 May Reply

    Beautiful warm weather look, Jess! The simplicity of the styling is perfect for summer, and I love the cutaway tank. You look cool and chic and ready to take on the day! Enjoy your week, and thanks for the mention!

  • Carol
    Posted at 09:46h, 10 May Reply

    This olive green color is perfect on you! I like the column-of-color design of your outfit. It’s makes an elegant statement.

  • Cheryl Tucker
    Posted at 09:07h, 10 May Reply

    This is a beautiful look. The color really elevates the outfi too. Simple and elegant! I am a big fan of linen this year. I even added a couple of linen dresses to my closet.

  • Mica Away From Blue
    Posted at 08:04h, 10 May Reply

    those pants look great on you, I like the brown accessories with the olive 🙂

    I don’t actually have a lot of linen in my wardrobe despite the heat here! I find linen blends work better as they wrinkle less, but are still just as cool in the heat!

    Thanks for the link up! Hope your week is off to a good start!

  • Amy Johnson
    Posted at 08:02h, 10 May Reply

    I love linen pants in the summer. You look amazing.

  • Kellyann Rohr
    Posted at 06:51h, 10 May Reply

    I love linen pants but boy I have had a hard time finding the perfect pair! These look great on you! I was hoping to find a white or off white pair but I have been striking out. They all seem to be see through and I don’t like when the pockets show through. Darker colors seem to be the best bet.
    Thanks for the link up Jess, I love the way you styled this outfit!

  • Claire Justine
    Posted at 03:23h, 10 May Reply

    Beautiful look Jess. What a great color it is. I need some of these trousers and the top in my life 🙂 Thanks so much for hosting.

  • Pamela
    Posted at 02:29h, 10 May Reply

    Even though our climate is vastly different to yours I do love linen particularly for trousers. Funnily enough once you accept the comfort and quality of the fabric the creases just don’t matter.

  • Katie
    Posted at 02:20h, 10 May Reply

    Love this monochromatic olive look! Thanks for hosting and hope you have a wonderful week!


  • Suzy Turner
    Posted at 02:18h, 10 May Reply

    This is my kinda outfit, Jess! I love the colour and the simplicity of it. It’s the kind of thing I wear a lot of during the summer. You look fabulous!
    Suzy xx

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