Earn your stripes this season

With the sun generously lighting our skies , stripe is a must to add some fun to your wardrobe. Here are some quick tips on how to wear stripe.
Pair stripes with a neutral color if you want to feel safe. If you’re just starting to wear stripes, wear them with a block of color on your other half. A striped skirt with a plain top can look fabulous, as can a striped top with a plain skirt or jeans. Emphasize only one part of the body.
Accessorize the stripes.

If you like striped tops and want to have a different look when wearing them, then either add a matching vest, a tie or a colorful scarf that will refresh the traditional black and white. Neutral colors are best for a medium look. For more emphasis go for brighter accessories, but keep in mind that you should not define your bottom part in this case.

Gold jewelry can be worn with its classic companion, Gold has a “warm” tone, so it works well with autumn colors, and is stunning when paired with primary spring colors. Gold is always appropriate with white, making it a versatile metal for contrasts. It is also a good choice for any season.

Team your oversized blazer with your classic striped tee for an unstructured, smart look . Shorts optional (also works with your classic skinnies or girlfriend jeans).

Pair your shirt with a colored skater skirt, a bright scarf, tights, and ankle booties. So easy and cute!

Pair your striped shirt with a bright scarf and cardigan to stay cozy. This is a simple look that will always be chic.

10 thoughts on “Earn your stripes this season

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