On the runways, designers were mixing wide and thin stripes or pairing stripes with florals or zig-zac prints.
Such combinations don't work for day-to-day looks. The key to wearing stripes in the real world is to always wear just one print matched with a solid.
For example, a vertically striped blouse looks great with white trousers or jeans. Vertically striped pants or skirts can make you look taller. For dresses, avoid horizontal stripes that widen your shape -- unless you have a boyish figure and need to create some curves.
Bold stripes can be intimidating—after all, no one wants to look like an umpire or a circus tent—but with some smart styling, they can be flattering. When paired with right pieces, stripes can really enhance your figure and keep you looking up-to-date.
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