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TOTAL WHITE’s TOTAL LINEN: Embrace Euro Summer Vibes with this Ukrainian Designers Latest Collection

As summer gradually gives way to autumn, there's still time to bask in the warm embrace of Euro summer vibes. 

Crafted from the purest linen, Ukrainian brand, TOTAL WHITE, have curated a collection that captures the essence of carefree summer days.

The "TOTAL LINEN" collection, an extension of TOTAL WHITE's dedication to minimalist aesthetics, brings a range of pieces perfect for beach escapades, leisurely strolls, and delightful dinners with friends. 

The allure lies in the simplicity of design and the use of ultra-light fabrics, mirroring the ease and effortlessness of those sun-drenched days we wait all year for.

Among the standout pieces in the collection are the viscose dresses and the iconic linen ensembles which have taken the global fashion scene by storm, becoming the go-to choices for style-savvy individuals across the world. 

With every stitch and seam, TOTAL WHITE transforms fabric into stories, inviting wearers to live their main-character, romcom dreams.

Mariana, the co-founder of TOTAL WHITE, proudly introduces "TOTAL LINEN" as a testament to the brand's evolution. 

Embracing the philosophy that white is not merely a hue but a canvas for self-expression, the brand began its journey in 2017 as a bridal fashion haven. 

Over time, TOTAL WHITE expanded its repertoire, crafting exquisite pieces that effortlessly blend sophistication with casual wear. 

With "TOTAL LINEN," the brand encourages wearers to acknowledge TOTAL WHITE's ethos - being an ode to everyday convenience and a celebration of life's little pleasures.

For those getting ready for their European travels, TOTAL WHITE's "TOTAL LINEN" collection is calling your name. 

 And, as summer makes its exit, the timeless elegance of "TOTAL LINEN" ensures that its wearers carry the essence of the season's warmth and radiance throughout the seasons to come.

Embrace the Euro summer allure and the artistry of Ukrainian design via their website,

by Emily Duff

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