Remember Your Lines

Marc JacobsFrom spots to stripes – if you’re not in to polkadots, try pinstripes. Don’t like leopard spots, switch to candy stripes. There’s a stripe for any occasion – just look at Marc Jacobs for inspiration* [Marc Jacobs SS’13 at New York Fashion Week, pictured above]. Stripes don’t have to be black and white – choose neons or bright pinks and blues for a 2013 remake – and don’t be afraid to try different kinds of stripes. Especially don’t be afraid of horizontal stripes; the myth about looking bigger is completely unfounded, as they actually loop all your curves and accentuate your best bits! Too afraid to go head-to-toe in stripes? These Warehouse trousers are perfect for officewear or a night out, or simply accessorise with stripes (try the New Look clutch, or dip in to my favourite place, Accessorize).

Remember Your Lines1. Sleeveless stripe shell top, Topshop, £28
2. Varied stripe tube skirt, Topshop, £22
3. Pink stripe shirtdress, Topshop, £36
4. Stripe backpack, Topshop, £34
5. High neck stripe dress by Love, Topshop, £28
6. Soft frill 2 in 1 dress, Oasis, £65 £38
7. Wide stripe fitted trousers, Warehouse, £48
8. Zebra stripe scarf, Warehouse, £22
9. Monochrome stripe clutch, New Look, £12.99
10. Innocence green and white stripe tie sleeveless shirt, New Look, £12.99

*His collections sparked both spots and stripes trends and it’s easy to see why
This entry was published on 03/27/2013 at 12:30 pm. It’s filed under Shop the Trend, Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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