Sailor stripes never go out of style and all these looks are the ultimate proof


There are not
summer look worth its salt that it can dispense with the sailor stripes. The eternal print in blue on white is the highlight of the leading summer outfits, as we have seen recently in pieces such as Zara’s jacket, which is a more than solvent bet to stand up to other quintessential summer prints such as polka dots. or the liberty type flowers.

From the
T-shirt, a reference that we all associate almost without thinking to the wardrobe that defines one of the fundamental pillars of the
parisian chic, and that for the urban environment is the inseparable companion of black blazers and masculine cut trousers with darts in camel tones or even in straight-patterned jeans, even miniskirts or midi dresses, inseparable accomplices of
esparto wedges. The horizontality is imposed with its powerful nautical load to all kinds of garments that show us that, far from going out of style, they have continuity for another summer.

Although surely
sailor stripes They are already part of your usual basics, the novelties of many of the firms have brought us this season bring a new twist to the print, from the type of garments to the patterns. For example the
cotton blazer by Claudie Pierlot, a signature that carries in the genes the essence of
french style, it is perfect to combine with a black midi dress. In addition, the belt that is incorporated to tie with a bow is a detail that does not go unnoticed.

If we talk about tops, garments such as the crop top or the vest, two of the most recurrent in the trends of recent months, also join this trend. Zara, for example, adapts them into models that are perfect to wear with jeans.

The most elegant approach is that of Uterqüe, which turns a pair of high-waisted flowy fabric trousers into a must-have to wear at a dinner party or even as the star piece of a guest look. A palazzo cut design that you can find on sale for 39.95 euros and that is still available in size M.

So that you do not have problems with adapting the sailor stripes to your daily looks, the easiest thing is to resort to miniskirts and dresses. It is an alternative that adds original twists such as lace closures in the first case and that with a simple white t-shirt looks great.

As for dresses, knit is the most recommended fabric. A lingerie cut with very thin straps and in midi length is always infallible.

And as it could not be missing, the nautical print is also very present in swimsuits. A resource that stylizes (especially if you use the vertical version) and that can also be used as a top if you add a pair of white pants. This one from H&M that has a shaping effect costs 34.99 euros.

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