11 Brands for French Stripes: Classic & Modern

Aug 10, 2017

When French style enters my mind, I cannot leave out the essential item of stripes. From the classic Breton or Marinière with the stylish boatneck to modern twists on the classic – the Mélange Paréo from La Ligne ideal for the beach (seen above) to the sleeveless v-neck handkerchief top from Banana Republic, stripes are timeless. The key to discover what works best on your body, with your skin tone and for your lifestyle.

Today I have compiled a list of eleven different brands to shop for quality stripe options available at a variety of price points. While I have included images to shop directly, each of the links will take you to the entire selection of stripe tops, dresses, bottoms, etc. available in a variety of different colors and designs.

And to complete your seasonal capsule wardrobe, be sure to peruse TSLL Capsule Wardrobe Shop where I have hand-selected items for both fall and spring.

 

In order beginning in the upper left-hand corner and running clockwise:

~Saint James, Breton Tops (other colors available)~

~Me & Em, Modern Breton options~

~Boden essential boatneck (other colors available)~

~Petit Bateau, all Marinieres, the long-sleeve cotton v-neck top~

~A.P.C. Fit Stripe Sweater~

~Banana Republic stripe handkerchief sleeveless top (two options)~

 

 

 

In order beginning in the upper left-hand corner and running clockwise:

~Petit Bateau, all Marinieres, the long-sleeve cotton v-neck top (repeated from above)~

~Raey long-sleeve striped Tee shirt~

~Orcival Breton-Striped Top (other color options)~

~MiH Seberg Button Breton (slightly over-sized)~

~La Ligne NYC, shop Lean Lines long sleeve top here, shop the entire collection here~

~Mon Breton, the “Bardot” authentic Marinière, shop all Mon Breton stripes here (monogramming is available)~

TSLL 2017 French Week continues through August 12th. Amusez-vous bien! 

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3 thoughts on “11 Brands for French Stripes: Classic & Modern

  1. I bought a Breton-striped top at Printemps in Paris many moons ago. One of my early trips. It held up for DECADES. Often, the store brands of the venerable French “grands magasins” offer great quality at an easy price.

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