Stripes are summer inspiration.

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Over the time, sailor stripes entered into fashion, popularized by Coco Chanel who saw the marine workers wearing the classic blue and white stripes on the French Riviera on her trip there. Since then it has been institutionalized and the trend still continues! The Breton shirt was a huge trend as well.”

There are not many styles that everybody can wear; stripes are perhaps the sole competitor. The graphic and repetitive practice defined simply as a long, narrow band or strip differing in color or texture from the surface on either side of it is universal in its solicitation.

From crop tops to gladiator sandals, there are some summery trends that really just make summer feel like summer when you’re wearing them. This season, stripes have joined that list. There’s really no better feeling like tossing on a good striped tee and a pair of denim cutoff shorts and strolling out the doorway on a hot, sunny day.  The best part about stripes the feeling of ease they convey: You can meet them with just about any other item in your wardrobe, from grungy, ripped jeans to a flowy, floral skirt. Is that black on white, white on black, slender or dense and always horizontal or vertical and anything in between, stripes printed on basic tops is the longest paired clothing couple of all times.

There’s something retro & sophisticated about a striped clothing look, but then again it can besides be an, we can’t be bothered thing that looks better than chic and cool entirely. And contrary to belief, that streak is so difficult to pull away; a STRIPED TOP is the easiest thing to hold out with ANYTHING. It may not sound as such, but visually it’ll be total fashion brilliance. The STRIPES keep coming back in style, and this time in summer they will own the sartorial stage; from the classic french black and white stripes to colored stripes. It still looks great for any occasion, in smart blouses, tees, or crispy button down shirts, paired with denim, and bold lips. To this day this remains the classic can’t go wrong with the look. These bold, graphic versions of stripes can run the gamut from color blocked to an amalgam of hues pitted against one another racing in opposite directions.

Stripes can also design inclination for layering stripe pieces in an outfit is to do so with complimentary colors. If your style is ladylike more than anything else, you shouldn’t avoid stripes this spring. Instead, you could easily turn their graphic quality into a bold accent by pairing stripes with ultra-feminine silhouettes. Think of summer dresses, flowy fabrics, delicate cuts and colors that are truly able to complement your refined aesthetic.

Today, stripes have earned their place as something far more solid than a wardrobe ‘must-have’: they are considered to be a foundation piece defying trend, age brackets, and style.

Over the time, sailor stripes entered into fashion, popularized by Coco Chanel who saw the marine workers wearing the classic blue and white stripes on the French Riviera on her trip there. Since then it has been institutionalized and the trend still continues! The Breton shirt was a huge trend as well.”
There are not many styles that everybody can wear; stripes are perhaps the sole competitor. The graphic and repetitive practice defined simply as a long, narrow band or strip differing in color or texture from the surface on either side of it is universal in its solicitation.
From crop tops to gladiator sandals, there are some summery trends that really just make summer feel like summer when you’re wearing them. This season, stripes have joined that list. There’s really no better feeling like tossing on a good striped tee and a pair of denim cutoff shorts and strolling out the doorway on a hot, sunny day. The best part about stripes the feeling of ease they convey: You can meet them with just about any other item in your wardrobe, from grungy, ripped jeans to a flowy, floral skirt. Is that black on white, white on black, slender or dense and always horizontal or vertical and anything in between, stripes printed on basic tops is the longest paired clothing couple of all times.

There’s something retro & sophisticated about a striped clothing look, but then again it can besides be an, we can’t be bothered thing that looks better than chic and cool entirely. And contrary to belief, that streak is so difficult to pull away; a STRIPED TOP is the easiest thing to hold out with ANYTHING. It may not sound as such, but visually it’ll be total fashion brilliance. The STRIPES keep coming back in style, and this time in summer they will own the sartorial stage; from the classic french black and white stripes to colored stripes. It still looks great for any occasion, in smart blouses, tees, or crispy button down shirts, paired with denim, and bold lips. To this day this remains the classic can’t go wrong with the look. These bold, graphic versions of stripes can run the gamut from color blocked to an amalgam of hues pitted against one another racing in opposite directions.
Stripes can also design inclination for layering stripe pieces in an outfit is to do so with complimentary colors. If your style is ladylike more than anything else, you shouldn’t avoid stripes this spring. Instead, you could easily turn their graphic quality into a bold accent by pairing stripes with ultra-feminine silhouettes. Think of summer dresses, flowy fabrics, delicate cuts and colors that are truly able to complement your refined aesthetic.
Today, stripes have earned their place as something far more solid than a wardrobe ‘must-have’: they are considered to be a foundation piece defying trend, age brackets, and style.

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  1. priyankagadkari says:

    Reblogged this on Vaishvi Boutique.

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