Thursday, March 31, 2011


Stripes are literally everywhere for spring. Available in varying thickness and color, add fashionable stripes to your wardrobe and your home. They have a happiness factor you cannot deny. Pack a visual punch and stripe it rich when the weather turns warm. Don't you want to earn your stripes?

Photo courtesy of Z Gallerie
The Venezia Pavillion from Z Gallerie will transform your outdoor space into a Dorothy Draper inspired getaway.

Photo courtesy of Pretty Ballerinas
Marilyn Ballet Flats in black and white stripes with red accents from Pretty Ballerinas.

Photo courtesy of Dash and Albert
The Lakehouse indoor outdoor rugs from Dash and Albert have a wide classic awning stripe that works in a variety of settings.

Photo courtesy of Minnie Mortimer
The Kate Dress from Minnie Mortimer is a classic sailor shirt as dress.
Photo courtesy of Kate Spade
Brushstroke Bow Anabel is lacquered canvas from Kate Spade with a darling bow detail.

Photo courtesy of Kate Spade
Candy Shop Jeanette Dress is an easy shirt dress from Kate Spade.

Photo courtesy of Top Shop
Black scallop stripe one piece swimsuit from Top Shop.

Photo courtesy of LA Plates
Jot a note on a customized zig zag striped notepad from LA Plates.

Photo courtesy of Urban Outfitters
Urban Outfitter's Cabana Stripe Duvet Cover is a lot of bang for the buck in a wonderful peachy sorbet color.
Photo courtesy of Shades of Light
6" Hand painted Metal Ticking Stripe Chandelier Shade from Shades of Light is a way to add a striped element in a small dose.

Photo courtesy of Pier 1
The Wycliff Chest with painted stripes lined in turquoise from Pier 1 is a way to make a big impact with stripes.

West Elm Striped Shower Curtain in citron shows stripes horizontally.

Photo courtesy of Pottery Barn
Sunbrella Round Umbrella with stripes from Pottery Barn has thick stripes that look great.

Photo courtesy of Land's End
Land's End Classic Oxford Stripe Duvet Cover combines stripes of varying thickness, reminiscent of French textiles.

and matching Sham

Photo courtesy of Target
A crisp blue and white vase from Target brings a little bit of seaside to your home.

Photo courtesy of J. Crew
The stripe that started it all, from French purveyors of all things striped since 1850, Saint James. J. Crew carries their beloved Naval II Tee.

Photo courtesy of West Elm
Tribal Triangle Dessert Plates from West Elm have a painterly stripe.


peggy braswell said...

Getting back to LA tomorrow. I adore stripes how did you know? Great post.

Janette@the2seasons said...

Stripes are everywhere in my closet. They are always in style in my world. Last year I bought some adorable knit tops with stripes at a street market in Paris. Oh la la!

Hamptontoes said...

I adore stripes...they are chic and timeless! The Z Gallerie number is so it lots!

The enchanted home said...

Love stripes..always have, its like that classic that just never ever goes out of style!

Lara @ La Plates said...

Thanks for sharing our Notepads. Love all the linear items - makes me ready for Spring/Summer! Now if it would just warm up...

kayce hughes said...

Love all of your stripes!

Unknown said...

Stripes are great and the French Nautical tradition started it all!

GED online said...

simple and decent. Love the stripes.

KiaDesigns said...

I just love stripes they can fit it to every scheme. I used them on some panel blinds in a bedroom last year and they just look so amazing

The Sunbrella Team said...

Thanks for the shout out on the Pottery Barn umbrella!

...and as you might guess, we love a great stripe.