Linen for Summer

Remember when I said I would wear this top in every color and print imaginable? I’ve stayed true to my word. I can’t get enough of the silhouette. I find it to be incredibly flattering and super comfortable. I loved this linen-esque version. It’s light and airy, perfect for summer. I’m wearing it with dark jeans in these photos (and love the combo), but I think it’d look great with white jeans for a monochromatic look as well. Maybe with espadrilles or little sneaks.

It fits true to size (I’m wearing the XS), though this material is slightly stiffer than the suede version. It’s also not 100% opaque, but the fabric is thick enough where you still feel quite covered. (For example, you can slightly see where the top of my jeans hits my waist, but you can’t see the bra I am wearing.)

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When I read your title all I could think was, “Linen? For summer? Groundbreaking?” (No shade, because… same.)


Love this top! Can I ask what bra you’re wearing with it? I’m as pale as you and have had such trouble finding a good bra to wear under a white shirt like this. Thanks!


Love the outfit. Cute pillows but the back and piping doesn’t look so appealing but you are totally talented and you’ll fix that issue. Also missing some of Mike’s creative meals. Every time you post of photo I just drool and think recipe. Those adorable dresses for your littles are really great. Hope to see more.


Tuckernuck is one of the brands I am watching closely to see what they do differently moving forward.
They have one person of colour on their staff and their marketing is hardly inclusive. It’s going to be interesting to see how brands navigate this.

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