Versatile and stylish, the stripe pattern is indispensable in the wardrobe. Classic and adored by Coco Chanel and french actresses in the 1960s, the marine vibe that it brings was already a synonym of sophistication for bringing references of the Europeans spas – and the feeling of extending vacations by the sea.
Today, stripes are part of the fashionista looks, and often we see various uncanny combinations, between colors and other patterns as well. Not to mention that, as well as other trends that came out of their common area, the various versions of patterns migrated to nocturnal clothing. One example is the look that Camila wore, with a very elegant sparkle and shape. With sequins covering the colored lines, the model brings together the patterns in horizontal and vertical senses. I love it! As for my choice for a sunny day in Paris, I went with a jumpsuit with bell sleeves + flare bottoms in a conjunction of navy blue and white by the brazilian brand Regina Salomão.
On the runways, various fashionista, modern and creative inspirations. In Altuzarra, red and dark blue are seen in harmony on the dress that uses the lines in a diagonal manner – and it leaves the asymmetrical dress even more beautiful. The contrast of colors and types of stripes also appeared in Proenza Schouler Spring 2017 collection, which completely covered the model with its thick and thin forms. I found it cool and urban!
Diferente from proposals that completely cover the piece, Louis Vuitton applied the patterned on the center of the blazer, giving an idea of layering. In Palmer Harding Resort, three types come together, being two stripe on the shirt (considering the internal and external piece) and on the pants with a certain boyish vibe.
The fun atmosphere of Fendi played with an interesting mix, both in knitting with sports reference and more daring cutouts as seen in pants with an utilitarian form.
Have you chosen your favorite way to wear this trend?!