The last time I wore pinstripes was when my mom took me shopping for my first job, post-college. In her mind, pinstripes were associated with conservative business attire that would show my future employers how serious I was about the job—in mine, they felt incredibly old-fashioned, and better suited for Mad Men. After a short debate, we ended up compromising on a classic black pencil skirt. Since then, I avoided the pattern altogether until coming across this Ganni Jumpsuit, which features the classic stripes in an unexpected, drop-crotch silhouette that felt like a far cry from a trading room floor and seamlessly transitioned from meetings to drinks in Venice.
Stripes and Sneakers
Maybe I'm subconsciously taking cues from Sloan's week of outfits, or it's just too hot to wear anything else, but I've been loving the easy vibe of this made-for-summer look: a striped shift dress and sneakers. The dress doesn't have a lot of shape to it, so I added details to ...read more