“The first rule of Stripe Club.
Never talk about Stripe Club.”
Still wanting more? Okay. I’ll play.
“Why do I wear stripes?”
“Because I don’t want to be spotted!” Joke courtesy of my daughter. Yep. There are two of us.
I have a thing for stripes. A serious problem. An addiction if you will. They are everywhere in my house. Mostly grey and white, but you can find other colors, too. I’m not picky.
I own about a zillion navy and white striped shirts. ‘Cause that’s not crazy.
I realized the other day that some of my photos of clothes recently contained stripes, so I decided to clump them together into one post.
Mostly so I could use the word clump.
With a gift card from Christmas firmly in hand, I used some of it towards the Savant Dress at Anthropologie. I foolishly purchased the small instead of the medium. But I stubbornly refused to exchange it.
Foolish and stubborn. That should have been the title of my post. Or the name on my birth certificate.
I paired it with my Paige Cords from Nordstrom Rack (of all of my cords, these are still the best). The necklace is the Heirloom Necklace sold awhile back from Anthropologie in the bee motif right after New Year’s.
And I really like the patches on the elbows.
Did I mention that I love the patches on the elbows?
Okay. This is getting embarrassing.
Quick, what’s this song lyric from? “The best time to wear a striped sweater is all the time.”
This outfit is innocent enough.
But wait for it…
More stripes. Stripes on stripes! This outfit makes me smile. It just shouldn’t be. It shouldn’t happen. But it did. And I like it. The cardigan/pullover is from Target as well.
Do you have a thing for stripes? What about stripes on stripes? What about stripes on stripes on stripes? Okay. I’ll stop now.