There is nothing more classic than stripes. Forget the stereotypical prison uniforms and pajamas, stripes are an iconic staple and they are back in a big way this spring, break away from a bland wardrobe by adding some pattern to it.  

Classic Breton 

No wardrobe should be without a classic Breton pullover. You can opt for the classic indigo and white combination or mix it up with our new season shades. The classic pattern works perfectly with everything in your current wardrobe, meaning maximum wear from your new knit.

Striped Tee 

A striped t-shirt are a great wardrobe staple due to their effortless way to add personality to an outfit. Striped tees are also dynamic because they can be worn in both the daytime or evening, meaning you can head straight out for the night. Swap your plain t-shirts for a fine striped pattern helping to  break up the outfit and add a contemporary feel to your look. Striped t-shirts look superior alone, layered under a jacket or paired with outerwear.

Smart Casual

Stripes work perfectly in both formal and casual situations, so they are beautifully versatile however you decide to wear them. To keep it simple you could wear a long sleeve striped polo shirt underneath a plain blazer or alone with smart separates.

Stripes are here to stay and their flattering pattern and ease of wear is what makes them a true wardrobe staple. Don’t be afraid to mix with new colours and thickness and try with new outfit combinations.


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