One of Camila’s look that I love talking about is the total stripes by Carolina Herrera, that she wore during New York fashion week. So chic and feminine, Camila matched it with a small pink neoprene coat on her shoulders and classic pointed toe pumps.
In international runway shows, black and white stripes are all over the place. The cool factor of time is to mix the proportions and the different sense of stripes, to create an un-matching effect on purpose haha!
In dresses and skirts, the stripes vary from larger proportions and come in knits and fabrics such as cotton. I love this dress below by Isabel Marant. Beautiful and chic!
For Trussardi, the stripes came with a more classic interpretation, style navy, and Valentino, with more drama and luxury, as is characteristic of the brand.
On the streets, we can see more colors as did the beautiful Giovanna Battaglia, with a two piece in light blue and white. In another picture of Street Style, the skirt with diagonal stripes generate movement and cause an optical illusion, by lengthening the silhouette, combined with a stripe blouse also in the same tones.
To finalize, the more modern designers, such as Victoria Beckham and Marc Jacobs, create other forms to wear it, super fun and modern, leaving the traditional stripe increasingly cool.
XoXo, Alice Ferraz