Stripe Tops for Spring

Stripe Tops for Spring

Stripes are having a moment this spring, and while this is not exactly groundbreaking information, it means it’s great time to lean into this classic pattern if it appeals to you because it is ev-er-y-where.

I guess you could call me a fair weather friend when it comes to stripes. It isn’t a pattern I feel a great need to have in my closet, but now that it’s everywhere, I’m really enjoying it.

1 1 navy and white stripe top with white jeans at the beach

Faherty Sport Jersey Tee (S) // PAIGE Claudine Frayed Hem Flare Jeans (29) // Sam Edelman Bambi Raffia Buckle Slide Sandals (8) // Dragon Diffusion Santa Croce Large Woven-leather Basket Bag

I typically prefer solids over patterns, but stripes are a nice way to bridge that gap, and they have a preppy/classic vibe that works well with the minimalist/understated side of my style personality.

The stripe top I’m wearing here has a nautical appeal, and it’s highly versatile too. I love how it pairs with the white denim, and the brown accessories add warmth to the look.


It has a boat neckline and a subtle flare to the sleeves, and the 21 1/2″ length is perfect for pairing with high rise jeans. This top is 100% cotton, and it runs true to size. As an added bonus, it’s currently on sale at Evereve!

As much as I love the crisp, clean look of this navy and white stripe top with white denim, it looks equally good dressed down with these light wash wide leg cuffed jeans, which are also part of the Evereve sale.

navy and white stripe top with wide leg cuffed jeans 1 navy and white stripe top with blue jeans and coffee

Faherty Sport Jersey Tee (S) // KUT from the Kloth Meg Wide Leg Jeans with Cuff (6) // Birkenstock Madrid (39)

These jeans are super soft and comfortable, and while I realize the wide leg cuffed jean is not the most traditionally flattering, I love the casual, summery vibe. I get compliments on these everywhere I wear them!

navy and white stripe top with wide leg cuffed jeans and birks

These Birkenstock slides are the perfect finishing touch to this casual, summery look. Together, the jeans and sandals bring some boho style to the classic navy and white stripe top.

Birkenstocks never really go on sale, but they do qualify for the Nordstrom Bonus Points event that is going on right now, as do the white PAIGE kick flares I’m wearing in the first look.

Birkenstock Madrid

If horizontal stripes aren’t your jam, this popover top is a great way to incorporate stripes into your spring wardrobe. I love the easy, breezy color palette, the split neck, and the 3/4-length blouson sleeves.

This blouse is 100% cotton, and it has a nice drape. You can wear it front tucked or untucked, depending on the look you want and the overall proportions of the outfit.

1 1 striped popover top with white jeans for spring 2024

Evereve Wendy Stripe Blouse (S) // PAIGE Claudine Frayed Hem Flare Jeans (29) // Sam Edelman Waylon Slide Sandal (8) // straw tote

I wore this stripe blouse above with white kick flares, and then below you can see it paired with olive wide leg pants. I love these pants; they’re cut closer to the thigh than a lot of wide leg styles I’ve tried, which I find more flattering on my body. A lot of others love them too!

Unfortunately, this olive color is low inventory, but they come in a pretty mocha color, as well as a good neutral beige. Nordstrom also has a version of these in strawberry and beige, as well as a light wash denim. (The blouse and pants are both part of the Evereve sale.)

1 Jo-Lynne Shane wearing stripe popover top with olive wide leg pants for spring 2024 1

Evereve Wendy Stripe Blouse (S) // KUT from the Kloth Meg Wide Leg (6) // Vince Camuto Clarissa Slingback Sandal (8)

I added a brown belt and brown slingback sandals to finish the look. You may notice, I’ve been gravitating to brown shoes and accessories this spring. We’ve been doing nude and taupe for so long, brown is feeling fresh to me, and I like how it warms up the cooler tones in these outfits.

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