Peekaboo Stripes

Stripes. My stripes normally come in the form of tops, blazers, etc so I wanted to switch it up a little bit. Just a few lines, peeking out from underneath!

Cropped pants are just my thing. As is cuffing my jeans. And considering I kind of want to still have my ankles come spring, I decided it was time to get some cool socks. Call me Brad Goreski.

Chambray: J.Crew
Stripe Thermal: J.Crew
Pants: AG
Socks: Loft (similar)
Wedges: Kelsi Dagger
Bracelet: J.Crew
Watch: Michael Kors (similar)

(Photog: Megan H)

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10 Comments

  1. 1.20.12
    ppfgirl commented:

    This is so cute! I did something similar the other day – layered a striped tee underneath an open knit sweater…it’s a great way to add subtle print to your look!! 🙂

  2. 1.20.12
    Erica commented:

    You look so cute! I love those pants too especially with those booties! Funny you mentioned stripes because that was my post yesterday! 😉

    http://www.theprettyfactor.blogspot.com

  3. 1.20.12
    Rachel commented:

    Love your shoes! Super cute outfit 🙂

    http://www.rachelslookbook.com

  4. 1.20.12
    faithsandahlphotographyh commented:

    Love this! The color combo you’re rocking here is awesome!

  5. 1.20.12
    Hannah commented:

    I love that chambray shirt!

    wtfwhatthefashion.blogspot.com/

  6. 1.20.12

    that mug is adorable!

  7. 1.22.12
    Ann commented:

    Just stumbled across your website— you exude such a Chicago-esque style. Great blog! Keep up the exciting posts.

  8. 1.24.12
    Riyana commented:

    You look amazing, I’m really like your pant t!!!

  9. 2.16.12
    Elizabeth commented:

    TOO funny, I’m wearing that striped thermal as I read this. Never would have thought to layer it like that!

    -Elizabeth

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