I hope that you find one too.
It seems to me the Loft model in particular has a shorter sleeve length — indeed, I always find myself pulling at my own cuffs my arms are surprisingly long for a petite. These are a tad hard for me to match to my own style, or to flatter my shape in, I think. Not my cup of tea. With this trend I am happy to wait for the perfect jacket to find me. I love striped blazers and I would really like to pick one up.
Has anybody seen one that is not made of a knit material? I want to find a crisper, more traditional fabrication if I could. I love these and actually own a short-cut one with black and white vertical stripes. It basically goes with everything!
I have a vertically striped blazer that I love. I am not sure about the horizontally striped blazers — somehow the look seems a bit too casual for me. Few weeks ago, I have purchased one almost similar to that shown in nr.
Thus, I have one question, do you consider this blazers exclusively suitable for the warm seazons? I have worn it already with black boots, and black texturred hose, to a red denim skirt, and black ribbed turtle neck, under a winter coat- as last week we still had some snow here….
A striped scarf would be a great addition to my collection as well. Does that make sense? Ana, the jacket from the Loft is woven and I know what you mean. A stripe in low contrasting colours makes for a less bold jacket. The Loft jacket has a three quarter length sleeve. The top two styles look like they are supposed to be long sleeved, but the models have long arms — so they look shorter.
It depends on the jacket. The Loft and BR jackets look more seasonless to my eye, but the other two scream warm weather. Aesthetically, I like the Piperlime the best — single breasted, no sticking-out pockets, lovely scrunchable sleeves, and that cute puff sleeve.
I suspect the Loft one would be most likely to fit me as it looks the shortest and appears to have a high waist placement. I pair my striped cardis with all sorts of other patterns, and would probably do the same with these. Tempting and I might try one on, but suspect budget does not allow for it this year. Look forward to seeing a few outfits on the forum. Somehow, it looked more sloppy. Ok, I should shove myself to get past my 80s hang up about striped blazers.
So, to jump right in, I really like the Loft blazer. And I like that it could work for warmer weather. I really like the look of these and would wear one, although sometimes bold stripes overpower me.. These are so fresh and crisp that you have me re-thinking the navy blazer I just bought!
Oh, just have to edit, mine has the cut similar to nr. I love the look of striped blazers! These are all really cute. Might have to check out the Loft,, that one seems like a safer bet. My favourite of the four is the one from the loft. This are great ideas for outfits, all of them look so refreshing.
That rounded one is a favorite. But then, I like the forties. They are both cute! All the styling options Angie mentioned sound really fun! The Zara blazer did not work for me so maybe this would. I like the cut of the last blazer. I bought the Loft striped blazer right before I left for vacation! There was only one left in the store and another lady was trying it on in front of a mirror on the selling floor.
I had to stop myself from tackling her and ripping it off her back — was so relieved when she decided to put it back! These are cute, I especially like the Loft one.
MaryK, you were meant to have that striped baby: A striped blazer in a vertical stripe is flattering on every body type and easy to wear with a range of clothing you already own. A white and black striped top is a wardrobe staple. This piece of wardrobe can go both ways with the stripes. I love a cute black and white stripe casuaul jersey dress. They absolutely look effortless and styled. With so much of stripes I would definitely keep the stripes horizontal for a crisp clean look.
If horizontal scares , please look closely at the image below. I was blown away too. Research done by Dr. This whole look is great on you!
Love that stripe blazer! Such a classic wardrobe staple to have. Love how you paired it with a tunic top! Hello, Black and White! So glad to be wearing you again! Have a great day! Locals shops in India Shop My Look. Emman Damian December 7, I love your striped coat! You can use it formally or casually. Perfect office attire for sure! Eloise December 7, I love this outfit so much! Blogosfera Mody Blog o modzie December 8, wooow!
Nayna Kanabar December 8, What a lovely combination, the jacket is gorgeous and compliments the dress beautifully. I love stripes, they look so flattering!
Avinash December 9, I love this outfit so much! Aziel Morte December 9, Wow, I love all your photos and that striped blazer was really looks good on you.
The blazer finishes off the outfit nicely. The colours go beautifully. I really love white dresses myself. The Blonde Diary December 10, Love your outfit!
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