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I may just have a slight obsession with stripes…

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1.Banana Republic Bella Dream Cobalt Striped Shirt (Found here.)

2. Zara Organic Cotton 3/4 Striped Shirt (Found here.)

3. A.L.C. Travis Stripe Navy Blue and White Striped Shirt (Similar can be found here and here.)

4. Saint James Garde Cote II 3/4 UV protection Striped Shirt (Found here.)

5. H&M Organic Cotton White T-Shirt with Blue Navy Stripes (Found here.)

6. Urban Outfitters BDG Dark Navy Blue T-Shirt with White Stripes (Similar found here.)

7.Banana Republic 100% Linen Blue and White Striped Button-Down Collared Shirt (Similar can be found here and here.)

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8. Trucco Black and Ivory Striped Skirt with Pockets and a Black Tie Belt (Similar found here and here.)


9. J. Crew Silk Pleated Mini Awning Striped Skirt (Found here.)

10. J. Crew Blouson Silk Striped Dress (Similar can be found here.)

11. Banana Republic Striped Scoopneck Dress (Similar can be found herehere, here, and here.)

12. Comrags Brady French Stripe Dress (Similar can be found here, here, here, and here.)

13. No Name White Dress with Coloured Stripes (Similar can be found here and here.

14. Banana Republic Timeless Striped Tank in Navy (Found here.)

15. Next with Love Light Blue and White Pinstriped Collared Button Down Shirt with Collar (Similar can be found here, here and here.)

It just seems like I can’t get enough!!

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Sherry of Save. Spend. Splurge.

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8 Comments

  1. Maria

    Haha my stripes addiction is way worse. My uniform is a black, gray, or navy stripe tee with black or navy pants.

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    1. save. spend. splurge.

      That sounds perfect!!

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  2. Cassie

    Haha, so we’ll add striped shirts to the obi belts and etsy necklaces as things you can’t get enough of? Not that I blame you. I’d like to add some striped shirts to my closet, but I haven’t found the right one(s) yet.

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    1. The Asian Pear

      @Cassie: And floral prints. SSS likes floral prints too. 😀

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      1. save. spend. splurge.

        That I do. But only bold graphic ones. I don’t like Grandma’s couch, and can’t rock it the way Adina does.

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    2. save. spend. splurge.

      Obi belts, Etsy Necklaces, Striped Shirts, Dresses, Shoes… scarves.. screw it, name everything. 🙂

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  3. Leigh

    Can never have enough stripes! Most of my long sleeved shirts are stripes 🙂

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    1. save. spend. splurge.

      All I wear and are drawn to, are stripes. Specifically blue and white.

      Reply

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