The Wardrobe Edit: Breton Stripes

Who doesn’t love a breton stripe? Blue, black, red… a breton stripe top is an essential wardrobe staple, it is so easy to wear dressed down or styled up. It is also a piece that’s definitely worth investing in as a good cut and a heavy fabric make all the difference. Saying that my wardrobe consists of high-end and budget, including a new Zara t-shirt material version you can get here. But my absolute favourite is an old Gant heavy cotton version that rolls at the sleeves ‘just-so’. This is their current version here and the Jcrew versions were amazing but sold out here maybe you can find one on eBay – but this version here is gorgeous too. Boden also does a great version here but I would definitely by a size or two up to get the oversized look and roll up those sleeves.

I love to wear mine with leopard print, there’s something about the two prints clashing that gives the stripes more of an edge. Mix with leather, khaki or a bright blue denim to really rock the look! Hope the inspo images below will help with the styling…

 

 

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One thought on “The Wardrobe Edit: Breton Stripes

  1. […] My favourite mum-uniform! I have so many Breton tops – sweaters, t-shirts, long sleeve t-shirts. You can wear a breton styled up in the evening, tucked into a leopard mini, or loose and baggy with a leather jacket for a very French feel in the day. I still stand by my recent H&M LOGG purchases they’re amazing. But classic highstreet brands like Boden, Gant and  J.Crew also do beautiful long-lasting versions. I wrote a post in December last year if you have time to read… …click here… […]

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