Quince affordable linen for summer

Quince affordable linen

Happy Tuesday, all!  Today I feature for you Quince affordable linen for summer.

I know there are many here who are fans of Quince’s affordable linen for summer outfits.

So, today I would like to write a Quince affordable linen camp shirt review which they supplied to me for that purpose.

You can see that I am wearing it out and about for summer errands and more.

So, join me today as we discuss affordable linen with specifically a camp shirt review.

QUINCE AFFORDABLE LINEN CAMP SHIRT REVIEW

Quince affordable linen

 

We have already discussed the excessive heat in Texas which set in early this year…and combined with humidity it is oppressive.

You can even see the haze in these pictures that the humidity creates.

However, wearing Quince affordable linen is a great way to go for my casual outfits during the summer.

This 100% European Linen Camp Shirt is my new favorite for these reasons.

  1. I love the longer length.  It is more comfortable for running errands like going to the nursery for plants or the grocery.  I am not constantly tugging as I do with shorter shirts when lifting items.
  2. Quince always seems to have colors for my autumn palette and I have liked the Martini Olive since I first discovered it.  The Deep Navy is also a great color.
  3. Quince affordable linen is exactly that…affordable for the quality of sustainable fabrics they offer.  This camp shirt is only $39.90.
  4. The affordable linen washes well.  I do wash on permanent press and hang dry.  Color has not faded

QUINCE AFFORDABLE LINEN: CREATES SUMMER OUTFITS

Quince affordable linen

Another reason I like Quince affordable linen clothing is that the pieces all match and create easy casual summer outfits together.

With the Quince Camp shirt, I am wearing the 100% European Linen Pants…also in the Martini Olive and also $39.90.

These pants are available in 12 colors.  I like these pants and am finding myself reaching for them more often now that summer is in full swing.

The wrinkling in the Quince affordable linen is so low and actually gives a nice linen look to it.

As far as the inseam measurements go, for some reason I do not see this on the phone, but if you look on a larger screen for this screen shot and then click SIZE & FIT, you get the Inseam.

Quince affordable linen

QUINCE AFFORDABLE LINEN COMFORT

Quince affordable linen

After my work is done, I can sit down with Tux…stand back up…and still look put together.

The Quince affordable linen is so comfortable…not itchy…and looks nice no matter what I do to it.

I am a fan.

Now, here are a few more Quince affordable finds that you may want to know about…(note, some lovely colors in all palettes):

Quince affordable linen

Quince affordable linen always arrives neatly folded in a bag that is 100% compostable.

They have thought through their mission of sustainable fashion.

Let me know if you have any questions.  I will be here wearing my Quince affordable linen and getting things done despite the summer heat.

See you tomorrow and until then…

STAY STRONG & KEEP SMILING!

By Pamela Lutrell

Disclaimer:  I was provided product for this post and the words are my own.

Quince affordable linen

23 Comments

  1. Oh how I wish they shipped to Canada, I love the look of their items. That colour is perfect for you.I am collecting more linen each year and look for the softest styles

  2. Pam, you look amazing in that outfit and I love those shoes! I have my eye on the linen jacket, No. 11 in your slide show. Does anyone have it? I’m wondering if it could be worn over a shirt as a light jacket on cool days. And how is the fit. Thanks, friends! 🥰

  3. Pam – Your linen outfit looks so great for a summer casual look. I have found Quince to be a great place to shop. Great customer support, quality products from their linen to their cashmere sweaters, to their leather purses. They provide great quality for the price and I have found all of the items arrive nicely packaged.

  4. I think this is my best color… it always has been. My hazel eyes love it. So sorry they don’t ship to you.

  5. You had me at “low wrinkles,” as that is, I think, the hallmark of decent linen (along with, as you noted, “soft” and I would add, “flaxen sheen”). I’m going to place an order soon with your links for a bag and vest for an upcoming trip. I did like the wide-legged ponte crop pants in the slideshow, but am disappointed Quince does not give inseam lengths (I often look, then end up just going to other retailers that provide this information). This is a problem with their bags too, as I have to see them pictured with a model to estimate their dimensions.

  6. Hi Linda, when I go to my links on my phone I do not get this view. But I have explained before that if you look for SIZE & FIT, you get the inseam information. IT IS THERE. I am going to put that screen shot in the post…give me a minute and then refresh.
    Thanks so much.

  7. You look so good in your olive set! It really looks polished and put together! I’m investing in mainly white summer tops along with some palest beige. I’ve gotten some at Marshalls and TJ Maxx. I’m wearing many of my lightest white shirts with sleeves rolled up to elbow then tossing on necklaces.
    But you look cool and lovely in your more oppressive heat.

  8. My wardrobes 50% (and growing) Quince. I am hooked.
    For my sons June Dominican Republic wedding-my husbands entire suitcase is Quince. 2 linen suits, 3 shorts, 4 shirts.
    I love Quince. I am building a capsule wardrobe from them….best quality, service and prices.

  9. I echo Diane B.’s sentiments as wish they shipped to Canada, however though not a big fan of linen because of its wrinkling properties would be willing to try their brand in it as well as a few of their silk items. On that note; as I do have a USA Address for shipping to and notice they accept Pay Pal am going to follow up to see if their policy will accommodate a purchase using it on a Canadian CC account, in either Cdn. or USA funds.
    -Brenda-
    P.S.: Your Tux is such a sweetie.

  10. Tux says thank you…he is a sweetie. It is worth checking into, Brenda. I love their washable silk and own several pieces… it is beautiful!

  11. I love my navy Quince pajama set! I never sleep in them just wear as lovely soft, cool and comfortable clothes that go anywhere. This is the softest linen I have! I will slowly get more of their clothes. You look great in that shade of olive green! I wish my Trix would sit like that on my lap. She just wiggles and gets so anxious that I slowly put her down.

  12. I am enjoying the Quince reviews. I have tried washable silk and a cotton short-sleeved sweater. Did you mention what size you are wearing? I am usually a 8 or 10, so could either do a size small or medium. Is there much stretch?

  13. Love that green on you and would like it for myself. Somehow I was drawn to the ecru ponte knit top, hoping it will pair well with my Jjill chocolate wide legged slacks. I think the short neat top would complement the loose bottoms. Just ordered it from your site. Still thinking about the linen top, but I have a couple. I need to start working the bitter brown stretchable silk blouse into my rotation. Tux looks so comfy!

  14. What a cute outfit! I’ve not tried Quince clothing yet but the linen is tempting. How do the pants fit in the rise? Every pair of linen pull on pants I’ve tried, regardless of brand, is way too long in the rise; waistband hitting right below the bust. So frustrating!

    Wanted to share that the Quince Neoprene duffle bag is an excellent, affordable dupe for the Dagne Dover Landon duffle bag. I bought the Quince one to use on an upcoming trip. It is really nice and seems to be excellent quality. We’ll see how well it travels!

  15. I am wearing XL in some and size 16 in others. There is just the right amount of stretch.

  16. Another fan of the olive green on you! My only Quince piece so far is the cashmere sweater I bought last January, but it was great quality at a very affordable price. I’m glad someone mentioned wearing the pajama pieces as clothing, as that’s exactly what I was wondering about. I also picked up a good tip while cruising their website: To pack linen, roll instead of folding it. Now to master this technique before heading to Charleston next week with a mostly linen wardrobe! Thanks for keeping the summer options coming. Those of us in warmer climates need options.

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