4 Types of basic stripers to own this winter
And how to wear them like a pro!
They are no more just office wear now.
These extremely thin lines are making a comeback in the market for all the right reasons.
Pick a solid bright square with classy pants to complete your quick outfit.
Button down for a breezy look with lazy denims.
Don’t mix similar thickness and weight of these stripes in your outfit. It will create a visually conflicting attire.
These sailor-like stripes must become your staple go- to pick for a day out in the Sun.
These casual thick lines find an odd sombre and familiarity in chaos.
Wear these with a navy coat and slim jeans for that early-Christmas shopping rush.
Or wear these with some faded jeans and sneakers for a walk in the park.
Do not mix these with other patterns. Breton stripes are heavy and all-encompassing of the outfit.
Let them remain in focus.
These beauties have a distinct Wall Street vibe and is most importantly one of the stripes that works for all.
Layer these with jackets, coats and scarves for this office staple needs never be boring.
Try avoiding bright colours in the stripes or even as complimentary colors to steer away from I-just-came- out-of-a-children’s-book vibe.
Chalk stripes are the younger, cooler version of the pinstripes.
These diminishing lines are the answer to all that you are looking for in a fresh look.
Buy these on blazers or even on crewnecks. Remember, the more the width of the stripe, the less formal it gets.
These laidback stripes are not easy to pull off. Our advice is to not wear this at an important meeting without trying it during other occasions.
Let’s tie up some loose ends for your striped shirt!
Wear one to complement colors.
Do bright with dulls and vice-versa.
Mix different thickness and weighted stripes in the outfit.
Checks, dots and even cool graphics can work well.