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An Ode to Stripes

#THINGSWELOVEHanna Lieberman

Still frame from Jules et Jim, 1962
 

It’s no secret that we love stripes. The versatile, timeless print has been a staple of Sundry collections since the beginning. They’re graphically bold, yet the epitome of simplicity. When in doubt, you can never go wrong with a classic striped tee. It’s any wardrobe’s best friend. 

We thought it’d be nice to profess our stripe-obsession here on the blog by honoring some of our favorite striped moments. Happy swooning:

Left: a Harper's Bazaar cover featuring stripes in 1948; Right: Audrey Hepburn in 1953. 
 

Left: Brigitte Bardot in 1956; Right: Jean Seberg on the set of A Bout de Souffle in 1960.
 

Left: a girl sports stripes in a cute Paris cafe; Right: Marimekko, 1968.
 

Left: Debbie Harry rocking stripes in 1979; Right: modern artwork by Ian Francis.
 

A sweet stripe still-life.

 

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