We are serious about stripes

Well, it is a style staple after all.

But it is not just generic stripes we’re coveting, there’s only one style we’ve got our eyes on and that’s vertical. Why you ask? Well, that is a very good question. And the answer is simple… it is the most slimming print of them all.

Indeed, vertical stripes lengthen and streamline your shape, making whatever part of the body you place it on, instantly look slimmer. And for two twenty somethings who hate, nay despise the gym, we’re after all of the help we can get. We have opted for the classic black and white pairing with touches of red, just to give it that extra wow factor.

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Cigdem wears: dress, Marks and Spencer; shoes, Topshop. Sam wears: earrings, H&M; top, New Look; trousers, Zara; shoes, Next.

Now you don’t just have to stick to black and white, liven things up with different hues and stripe pairings. The brighter the better we say.

 

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1. Espadrilles, £18.99, New Look; 2. skirt, £35.99, Mango; 3. culotte jumpsuit, £58, Oasis; 4. top, £29, Topshop; 5. trousers, £19.99, Zara; 6. jumper, £95, Uterque; 7. playsuit, £28, Next.

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