Here’s how to ace your stripes this sea­son

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Lifestyle - Re­laxnews

If you’ve been see­ing stripes all summer, you’re not the only one — lines are one of the key sar­to­rial trends of the mo­ment, and they’re not dis­ap­pear­ing any time soon. Here are three ways to wear yours this sea­son, from the Au­tumn/Win­ter 2017 cat­walks.

PINSTRIPES

Show that you mean busi­ness with a slick pin­stripe piece. Th­ese ap­peared at Max Mara, where el­e­gantly lined of­ficewear was given a luxe pol­ish in the form of blaz­ers, trousers and duster coats, and at Trus­sardi, where the traditional navy blue and white pin­stripe suit was given a con­tem­po­rary overhaul, thanks to cropped jack­ets and high­waisted trousers.

RAIN­BOW

When Zen­daya chose a sparkly, striped py­ja­main­spired out­fit by UK-based la­bel Ashish to wear to the 2017 Teen Choice Awards in Au­gust, she proved that stripes can be play­ful. Ex­press your fun side with a colour­ful twist on the look, chan­nelling the vivid rain­bow stripes seen on Ashish’s Fall/Win­ter 2017 cat­walk, where the joy­ful pieces were em­bla­zoned with heart­warm­ing slo­gans such as ‘Don't Give Up The Day Dream.’ Fin­nish brand Aalto also played with colour, cre­at­ing con­trast­ing stripes from reds, yel­lows and pur­ples.

FLOATY

For an easy tran­si­tion from summer to fall, keep your stripes light and your fab­rics floaty. Loewe’s asym­met­ri­cal dresses in tooth­paste striped hues are a good ref­er­ence point, as are Ce­line’s shirt­dress tu­nics. Miu Miu’s striped midi skirts are also the per­fect ex­am­ple of how to bring the trend through to the up­com­ing sea­son.

PHOTOS: PA­TRICK KOVARIK/AFP

PHOTO: MIGUEL ME­D­INA/AFP

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