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Fashionista NOW: How To Wear Stripes Ever So Casually But Oh So Chic-ly?

Can’t get enough of wearing stripes but wonder how to carry the print in fresh looks that will keep you looking your best even if it’s casual or semi-casual? Allow us to help you!

Stripes never left the fashion sphere but 2017 predicts a more thorough stripe style action where we will be seeing a spruce-up in the design and dressing departments. Since stripes make a part of an easy breezy casual getup since forever, it’s only right to have a fresher take on our stripe styling that takes us out from the couch potato look and right into the street style maven one, right?

If your wardrobe reveals you as a hoarder of stripes, then you may have faced this specific conundrum — just how does one wear the the print again and again in outfits that stretch your style horizon?

Need help? Awesome! The looks I’ve gathered down below embody what I like best in stripes and how the neutral print can have the most basic looks appear effortlessly modern. But of course, nothing about the looks you’ll see is basic. Far from that, they’re fantastically chic!


Which stripe look is making you excited to wear one yourself? Share below – I’d love to know!

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