A Linen Blend Striped Tee: 3 Ways to Wear It With Summer Pants
Striped shirts are a classic & a favorite of mine in all seasons– they add interest to an otherwise simple outfit & are very cute. A linen blend stripe tee is a perfect staple for spring & summer & the cute one I’m styling in this post is only $10! It comes in other colors & prints but I love the stripes.
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Look number one features these linen blend jogger pants from Old Navy. I have owned them for at least 3 years now & they bring the style back every year. I just love this color (although they come in other great colors too!) and they’re super comfy. I paired them with this pair of double strap slides from Target ($14.99!) which are a bit elevated (great if you have foot issues & can’t handle the really flat shoes like me!) and comfortable.
Look number two is a pair of wide leg linen pants from Pinkblush (this particular pair has been VERY popular & may be out of stock so I will also link similar options. If you do purchase anything from Pinkblush be sure to use MARISSAELISE25 for 25% off). I love how comfy these are but can also easily be dressed up. I added my target sandals that look like Birkenstocks & a faux leather backpack.
Look number three is sporty & casual. I am wearing my tried and true favorite straight leg jeans from old navy (also older but they update and bring the style back every year– I will link this years version), super comfortable white sneakers from amazon and a baseball cap.
Which look is your favorite? Let me know on Instagram or in the comments below!
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