Stripes will always be a timeless classic, so why not experiment with the pattern to reinvent it every once in a while? Let us know how to pull off this style like a pro!
Color is an important aspect on wearing your stripes right. Beware of complementary colors. These are colors opposite one another on the color wheel, such as red/green, yellow/purple and blue/orange. Contrasting colors will generally seem loud and often aesthetically painful when on top of one another. Complementary colors works best.
Thick stripes (irrespective of whether they’re horizontal of vertical) work well on t-shirts. Conversely, shirts with thick stripes are sure shot fashion disasters and you shouldn’t touch them. You should keep the stripes thin with the general rule of thumb being no wider than an inch.
Stripes on stripes -
The key to nail ‘Stripes on Stripes’ look is styling prints of different sizes. The bold and wide stripes on the shirt can perfectly complement the thinner stripes on the pants. Sporting stripes with colors can add even more dimension to the pattern.
Say not to horizontal striped socks -
Your socks complete your look, so better you nail your socks. Basic rule is- never wear socks with horizontal stripes. Your socks have to match your pants, not your shoes.
The Footwear -
The good thing about striped T-shirts is that they can be paired with a wide range of shoe styles. Canvas and Vans are great choices as they don’t clash with your look, plus they will add up to the level of comfort to make you feel at ease.