Sold Out $ 155.00
Material: 100% Linen.
Sizing: 0 (XS) - 4 (XL) size chart
- Anette (in navy and rose) is a dress size 2 and is wearing Touch size 1 (small).
- Autym (in canyon, sage and black) is a dress size 6-8 and is wearing Touch size 2 (medium).
Care: Machine wash cold with gentle detergent, tumble dry on medium (don't over-dry!). We recommend dryer balls to prevent wrinkles, or hang dry, smoothing damp fabric with your hands to make wrinkles disappear. Iron as needed.
Origin: Cut and crafted in San Francisco.
Strange sizing…returned. I have been very happy with previous purchases.
Please please please have this dress again in size 4 in black or navy..... Thank you....
One word: Classy. I don’t wear dresses often but needed one to wear for my upcoming wedding anniversary. Minimalist at heart, I knew exactly where to turn as I’ve bought from Rough Linen in the past. This piece can be dressed up or down. When it comes to linen, Tricia’s linens are THE best.
I recently bought this dress in navy in a size 0 (I'm 5'1" 120 lbs). I have somewhat wide hips and when I first put it on I thought it was a little snug around that area, but within a short while of wearing the dress it gave a little and fit perfectly. I'm also a bit ***** on top but had no problems with the fit up top. I also like that the v-neck doesn't come too low and isn't too revealing. I've now worn the dress at least once a week since getting it and it seems to be getting softer and more comfortable with each wash! I think I'm going to have to buy it in another color!
I ordered the go-to dress (in a peachy blush pink) because I love linen in general and the quality of the Rough Linen products specifically. The go-to dress arrived promptly. It has a gentle sheen and soft texture that the photos do not capture, but looks wonderful in person. The seams are beautifully finished and the pockets seams reinforced. I wore it yesterday to three different events with a white linen jacket and peachy blush pink sakura scarf. It carried me through the entire day with ease (thankfully no constricting belts or ties). A big plus: it is made of earth friendly linen in the US, not in a sweatshop on the other side of the world. It is a quality garment that I plan to wear frequently. I try to divide the total price of a garment by the estimated number of wearings to get the actual cost per use, and I find the cheap foreign goods are actually more expensive because they are not my go-to favorites.