It’s kind of warming up. And then it’s not. Cashmere is bundled away and the stripey tees have emerged. Thankfully they work well when layered. Love the look of striped tops, dresses, jackets. I know you do too. These girls on the street do stripes stylishly, whether paired with boyfriend jeans or leather skinnies and chunky knits. Scroll all the way down for Gwynnie in cut-offs (OMG those legs) and Kate Moss in inky (faux?) fur.
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Years ago, one summer weekend when I opted to stay in the City over the Hamptons, I got really ambitious, and painted my little bathroom on East 87th Street with soft green and white stripes. Well, it was already white, so I only painted the green. Only? I measured, taped, painted, painted again, waited for it to dry, and peeled. Done before the boyfriend arrived back on Sunday night. I don’t remember what he thought, I guess it was fine, but I remember that someone else described it as looking like a candy store. I suppose, depending on what you keep in your medicine chest that could be accurate…
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