Go bold with stripes this summer

Summer dresses in flowy fabrics, delicate cuts and colours all can be tried in bold stripes.

Look out ladies. Big, bold and intriguing stripes have invaded the fashion world.  From international to domestic designers, stripes are dominating everywhere.  They are not new but they are timeless.

The latest trend allows you to go bold by keeping things classy and basic at the same time. If you are looking for a bigger impact opt for oversized silhouettes in unconventional fabrics. If black and white doesn’t suit your taste, there’s plenty of colour to choose from, when it comes to stripes.

This season opt for playful shades of pink, orange, blue or a bright multi-coloured striped outfit. Even stripes in navy blue and white can be a choice.

Style your looks with little make-up and feminine accessories, for stripes never go out of fashion.

Interestingly, there are other ways to wear stripes this summer. Pair a black pencil skirt with black and white stripe top. It’s simple, elegant and right on trend and would be perfect in an office environment as well.

Give a chic look to the ensemble by teaming it up with a sling bag. Colour block the look by pairing your brightly striped top with a pair of complementary
skin coloured or cropped capris.

You can even pull a colour out of your striped pants and team it up with a matching colour top.

You can take the stripes to the next level by mixing and matching them with other stripes, florals and graphic prints. If opting for graphic prints then go ultra-feminine silhouettes.

Think of summer dresses, flowy fabrics, delicate cuts and colours that are truly able to complement your taste in outfits. Get a bold look on the styling by picking heels, delicate headbands and soft make-up.

More so, fabric with fine stripes can be cut into peppy suits, high-waisted trousers, crop tops and pencil skirts. All you need to do is to pair it up with the top of your choice and get a classy look.

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