From vertical to horizontal, narrow to wide

Lining up for spring

There are some patterns that never go out of fashion – and stripes are definitely one of them! They’re just the thing for a stylish spring.

Stripes add casual emphasis and are an important feature of many favourite looks. Whether horizontal or vertical, narrow or wide, monochrome or multicoloured, stripes are gorgeously sophisticated and highly versatile. 

Clear lines and block stripes are great for those who like to keep things simple, as well as for those who prefer a more eclectic look. If you’re feeling really brave, you might want to opt for brightly coloured stripes or create an all-over look with a mixture of different stripey patterns.

Our styling tip sticks to straight lines, but still adds colour and variety into the mix. A basic top with narrow black horizontal stripes is complemented by loose-fitting, lightweight trousers, with block stripes in bright blue. The casual femininity of the look is enhanced by Högl’s SKINNY sock boots. These shoes are like a cross between a sock and an ankle boot. The shaft fits snugly around the ankle and, together with the stiletto heel, creates a real wow factor.

The NOBLESSE shoulder bag, made from the finest leather, adds a stylish finishing touch to the outfit. With this look you’ll be ready for anything, be it an important business meeting or a leisurely Sunday brunch!

gestreifte Kombination aus Hose und Shirt zu den skinny Stiefeletten von Högl und der passenden Tasche
Jumper: Jake*s
Trousers: Bik Bok
Bag: Högl
Bootees: HöglStieflette Skinny von Högl
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