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Fashionista NOW: Stripes Are Everywhere In January’s Lookbook And Here’s Why

Credit | Katie

Stripes dominated January’s Lookbook at the beginning of 2016 and you will see why that is so.

Stripes – at the risk of sounding painfully repetitive, are versatile. They are a neutral and oh so not demanding, especially when they’re on a smaller size scale and are rendered in color combos of the monochromatic flavor.

My favorite would be the skinnier stripe versions but a mix of a chunky and other sized stripes can definitely add a fun factor to a look when styled strategically. Chunkier stripes can take away inches from your length so it is wise to try on a striped piece before committing to a purchase to see how the design actually translates on your figure.

This is in the spirit of clever-shopping and dressing of course and to avoid that regretful feeling associated with impulsive shopping behavior and a wardrobe filled with stuff you’re loathed to wear. If this isn’t a form of insanity, I don’t know what is!

After a round of Lookbook trawling and noticing that January 2016 was packed with stripe-wearing fashionistas who dazzled in their lined looks, it’s really not hard to accept why the neutral print trend triggers a chain reaction of stripe-appreciating behavior.


Which stripey look(s) do you like best? Share below – I’d love to know!

Maybe you’re not perfect, but you’re willing to actually look at yourself and take some kind of accountability. That’s a change. It might not mean that you can turn everything around, but I think there’s something incredibly hopeful about that.Brie Larson

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