Right in time for summer, 15 striped tees

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It wouldn’t feel right not to bring you a post on striped tees now that the weather’s turned warm: something about this, the easiest of prints and the onset of summer just go together. I own too many and therefore won’t likely be buying any of these, but if I was, this multicolored wonder would most assuredly be on my list.

I like that Everlane’s is linen, which slouches so nicely.

The stripes here are actually really waves, which is fun.

Black and red is a tough combination to find, and a really, really good one.

Here is a kind of dressed-up option.

Super-classic and excellently tomboyish.

The longer sleeves here add an element of elegance.

I just think this is adorable.

The flouncy sleeves add a dose of femme.

A really winning color combo.

I dig the contrasting stripes here.

The colors here are really 70s, in a good way.

Of course I had to include a blue and black option.

The ruffles are excellent for camouflaging stomach junk.

Pink stripes are so sweet.

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4 Thoughts on Right in time for summer, 15 striped tees
    c.w.
    5 Jun 2017
    8:08am

    Want them ALL!! My phone is telling me the high today is going to be 63 degrees and it’s raining. Ergo, do I NEED another stripped tee since it isn’t even warm enough to wear the ones I own? YES!!!

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    joannawnyc
    5 Jun 2017
    10:52am

    Love the Rag & Bone one! Though I just can’t commit personally to paying 3 figures for a striped tee, it’s REALLY cool.

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    MaryC
    5 Jun 2017
    12:46pm

    Oh… that retro striped one makes me think of a baja hoodie in the best possible way!!

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    Mamavalveeta03
    6 Jun 2017
    1:31pm

    I’m addicted to stripes (and it seems that I’m in good company!). But every time I see a multi-colored striped tee, it takes me back to an old Letterman schtick…watch for “Catch Phrase #3: https://youtu.be/vV7BD7O1n7w

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