Stripes are the next top trending print besides florals this season.
It goes without saying that stripes are the next top trending print besides florals this season, as seen on clothing, bags, shoes and accessories. Granted, wearing the designs in the bold colours they are featured in may be slightly out of your comfort zone, but we’ve got a few ideas on how to make them work.
See some of our striped picks below and two ways to style each piece (swipe left for more looks).
Tory Burch Bettina Top. W toryburch.com
For a style statement
Stripes on stripes, we dare you. No, we double dare you. (Skirt – Off-White, Shoes – Saint Laurent)
For an effortless chic
Here's a no-brainer: pick a colour identical to one of the stripes for a coherent match. (Pants – Diane von Furstenberg, Shoes – See by Chloe)
Fendi striped satin midi skirt. W net-a-porter.com
For a casual day out
Get comfortable in a turtleneck sweater and a pair of mule flats. (Top - Bottega Veneta, Shoes - Gucci)
For an edgy look
Stripes can look badass too, when paired with the right combo. Trust a logo T-shirt and a pair of boots to do the trick. (Top – Gucci, Shoes – Off-White)
Diane von Furstenberg wide leg pants. W world.dvf.com
For a nonchalant cool
Pair your colourful stripes with a simple white blouse to give it primary attention. It can’t get any easier than that. (Top – Michael Michael Kors, Shoes – Gianvito Rossi)
For a slimmer silhouette
A black top and vertical striped pants are sure to create a taller, slimmer illusion of your silhouette. (Top – Max Mara, Shoes – Prada)
Missoni striped metallic stretch-knit halterneck dress. W net-a-porter.com
For the beach-ready getup
A colourful striped dress, a straw hat and sandals definitely spells beach ready, don’t you think? (Bag – Loewe, Shoes – Isabel Marant)
For the classy tea party
Go from the beach to a garden tea party with a cute tote and heels to match. (Bag – Prada, Shoes – Victoria Beckham)
Images: Courtesy of respective brands and Net-a-porter