Reformation Is All About This Featherweight Fabric For Spring (& With Good Reason)
If you had any doubts, the Reformation linen collection is sure to convince you that the fiber should be your go-to during the first few warm months of the year. The 9-piece drop, which includes everything from frocks to tops, in various prints and color-ways, is now fully available on their site, and they're much more affordable than you would think. Starting at $98, you can invest in the featherweight fabric for spring, which just so happens to be as sustainable as it is chic.
With floral and fruit prints in the mix, the styles on offer include something for everyone. Those who favor a more classically feminine silhouette will fall in love with the Marley Dress, whose off-shoulder ruffles and pouffy sleeves make for a perfect look to catch some sun in. The Yucca two piece satisfies a similar sartorial space, its cropped top-half featuring a square neckline and bright gold flowers.
However, you're after a new shirt, you're in luck, their Oatmeal-colored Libra Top mimics a bustier in shape and structure, but offers a more cozy alternative in its linen texture. Not to mention, the Casterly Top has a similar silhouette, with pouffy cap sleeves sewn on and a pale blue floral print that perfectly evokes spring. No matter what catches your eye, all pieces are made to spend time in nature while wearing — so take a stroll through the park, go on a picnic, or head to the beach in these dreamlike pieces.
Besides being the perfect fabric for traipsing around on a warm day in, linen also scores brownie points for its sustainability. The plant-based textile is made from flax, a fast-growing plant that requires little to no water. From start to finish, flax releases only a fourth of the carbon that cotton emits, making it the perfect alternative for your favorite fiber of seasons past. Each finished piece adheres to the Oeko-Tex Standard 100, which ensures that all linen is free of harsh chemicals and toxins.
Take a look at TZR's favorite pieces below; or, head to Reformation's site to see all 9 creations in the drop.