People tend to think of stripes as a summer/spring thing, but I like them all year long and maybe especially when it’s cold out, cause they’re a little more unexpected. Striped items are also quite good as layering pieces, as they add a little interest to an outfit. This sweater has a lot going on—the reversed-out sleeves, the gold buttons—but it all really works.
It is so tough to find a goodletterman jacket that doesn’t cost a fortune for some reason, but this one is—while not cheap—not crazy-pricey for what it is.
I like the drop shoulders here.
A red and white striped blouse looks so great peeking out from under a V-neck.
I always love black and white stripes—they’re so nice and graphic—and am pretty sure this would go into serious rotation were I to buy it, which I am considering.
I got this henley a while back and have been wearing it endlessly—it’s super-soft, and nicely oversized.
I might belt this dress—it could just hang there otherwise—and am pretty certain it’s the soul of comfort.
A striped hoodie sweater would look fantastic under a blazer.
Striped blazers are always so appealingly English schoolboy.
This ski jacket is the very essence of sportif. Click through and check out the multicolored version too, cause it’s seriously cute.
This V-neck would be good with a matchy-clashy button-down underneath.
This is just really French-looking and chic. And cheap!
I’d wear this tee with my bright fair-isle sweater.
This has barely-there metallic stripes, which is a cool touch.
This grey option is nicely understated.
Many crewneck tees are too high in the neck for me, but this one dips ever-so-slightly lower, which allows the collarbone to be visible. I have a thing about always showing my collarbone.
I like the really fine stripes on this hoodie. Also, it looks quite cozy.