Is it really Spring without a stripe roundup? Every year when I unpack my spring/summer bins I’m reminded of my love for stripes (theses are all my summer jersey dresses folded on the shelf … I’m sensing a pattern).
Stripes, Stripes and More Stripes
For today’s final Spring roundup it’s a big one! I have created six looks with the striped pieces I have had my eye on, I’ve picked 15 best of the best stripe pieces from Nordstrom AND next week I’m going to wear stripes every day! #EveryDay Be sure to follow me on social media to see that I live up to that! Join me in the fun and share your stripe looks! #stripeseveryday
Okay, Let’s see what pieces I am loving and how I would style them!!
Look 1 – Stripe Pants
I’m in love with these pants. Pair them with a silk blouse (I have five of these in various colors) and add this jacket if you need to be more formal. I bought this $89 tote last week in Tampa (when I realized my purse was too small to hold everything I needed for the conference) and it is the perfect size for toting all my work gear (laptop included). And this outfit is the perfect backdrop for some white statement accessories. For the weekend switch out the navy blouse for this fun halter top and the pumps for sandals.
Look 2 – Stripe Jacket
This is a fun little statement jacket to pair with all black. Cold Office? Exchange the cami for a short sleeve (or even long sleeve) blouse. Add a statement purse for even more fun!! I would, of course, wear my beloved Oshima pants but these Rag & Bone pants are a great alternative. I would opt for nude or black classic pumps for the footwear.
Look 3 – Stripe Linen Jacket
I love a linen jacket for Spring and summer and this stripe on stripe look is a great mix of pale yellow and blue-grey and perfect for a more casual day at work. I would opt for nude pumps unless you work in a very casual office space.
Look 4 – Stripe Peplum Jacket
I have this jacket in Navy and I love it. I also love the pairing of bright blue with navy. This silk blouse provides the perfect pop, add some fun floral accessories (earrings and a tote) and keep the pants neutral in crisp white. Pair with a fun sling back kitten heel or neutral pumps.
Look 5 – Stripe Denim
This work to weekend look will work for some casual Friday’s but it will work for ALL weekends. The bright jacket is just plain fun and the backpack can carry everything you will need for any occasion (I have the leather version). Need to be dressier – go for the espadrilles but if its casual then opt for the sneakers.
Look 6 – Stripe Skirt
Another work to weekend look depending on your work environment. I could absolutely wear the skirt to work but I would pair it with a white cotton button down and white pumps. For the weekend have some fun with stripe- on-stripe and yellow accents and add a fun tote to carry everything! Keep the footwear very casual with converse slip-ons.
My Spring Stripes Picks
I have this Topshop jacket in Navy but I’m loving the stripes for Spring! (And only $80).
This Rebecca Taylor top looks soft and classic. Pair with a jacket for a Friday in the office or fly it solo for the weekend.
This J.Crew skirt is perfect for Spring and a day at the office. I would pair with a floral blouse or a white cotton button down … and red shoes! (Nordstrom had limited sizing but J.Crew was fully stocked!!)
These highwaist, full leg paperbag pants is such a gorgeous color palette … so many ways you could go … keep in neutral with cream, pop the navy or go all in on the golden color!
My husband and I had a good laugh last Friday evening over two girls strolling through our outdoor mall in jumpsuits but this madewell jumpsuit is adorable (not laughable). Add a jacket and classic pumps you are work ready!
These Halogen slingbacks just scream spring and so many possibilities. Pencil skirt, midi skirt, dress, ankle pants … all good!!
Where these striped cuties as a little striped accent for your ears! Love!
I’ve highlighted this Suede Tote before but I still love it!!