Gap Linen Styles

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Summer is still going strong, and linen styles are great for long days in the heat or for trips to the beach. This easy breezy fabric is lightweight and can be worn for just about any occasion. Gap has a bunch of pretty linen pieces that will take you from the end of summer into the beginning of fall. See linen styles from Gap below!

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I was unsure about this dress at first, but I think it looks cuter in photos than I thought it would! This is a really nice fall teacher outfit paired with boots. I like the high ruffle neck and the lace details, and the puff sleeves and belted waist add some nice dimension. Wearing an XS.

This is another dress that gives me teacher vibes! It’s a pretty simple, classic look, but the tiered skirt and belt (which I tied into a bow in the back) give it some extra spice! Wearing an XS.

Take me to the beach! This sage green tunic top styled with these wide leg pants is a breezy look that’s perfect for those cooler end-of-summer days on the water. Wearing an XS top and 00 bottoms.

Take your tunic top and pair it with these elastic waistband shorts for a day on the town! You can leave it down and untucked, but I like it tied up for more a chic look. Wearing an XS shirt and XS bottoms.

These sage green tie-waisted shorts are so comfy! Pair them with this black high neck tank for a casual summer look and throw on this boyfriend-style button up when it gets chilly at night! Wearing an XS tank, XS top, and XXS shorts.

I love a good blazer look, and this linen blend one paired with wide leg trousers is a super stylish way to rock a workwear look! While I would recommend this more for a night out with the girls rather than the office, it’s still just the right amount of classy. Wearing an XS blazer and 00 pants.

This is such a good vacation dress! The fun pattern is toned down with neutral colors but still gives it enough personality that you could rock this for date night on the beach or dinner with the fam. Wearing an XXS.

This dress looked so cute on the hanger and I wanted to love it, I really did, but it did NOT do me any favors once it was on. The sleeves were way too big, there was too much extra fabric around the middle, and the plain collar made it feel very stuffy and formal to me. Wearing an XS.

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