Stoked and Striped for Spring Break

By Lizzie Carter

It goes without saying that stripes are a classic when it comes to patterns, so why not reintroduce it into your wardrobe in new ways over break! With a fresh new update, stripes can take your look to new lengths. The interest of the simple pattern could add bold color, lengthen the silhouette of your torso, add interest to a fun accessory, the list goes on. Styling a fun pattern like this is simple and easy to get just right for your taste. A pattern that will for sure up your fun spring break plans, whether that’s chilling at home or a cool beach getaway.

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Courtesy of Jensen Gregory

Styled in a fun one piece style, this spring break babe looks perfect for a fun nautical day at the beach. The interest of the stripes on a contrasting silhouette adds a lot of flattering elements to a unique suit!

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Courtesy of Wildfox

If you’re having more of a stay cation this break, you can still rock stripes in a super cozy set of sweats. This sweatshirt screams fun and ready for some R&R even if you’re not going anywhere exotic this spring.

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Courtesy of Michal Epstein

For a cute dinner, you can always opt for an on trend romper! The pattern played out on this piece looks just right and adds a lot of cute charm to an otherwise simple romper. The off the shoulder look, with the pattern continued on the sleeves, also makes a sweet statement.

If you’re one to stick to the classics, stripes is for you, but that doesn’t mean you have to wear the simple striped shirt. A fun pattern for break or anytime, stripes will definitely take your outfit up a notch in style.

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