Currently Coveting: Vertical Striped Pants

Ana Prodanovich wearing vertical striped pants from Reformation.

I was browsing through Reformation’s new stuff and came across these vertical striped pants that I absolutely had to have. There is no better time to invest in statement trousers then now, as stripes have officially made their annual comeback. The print gained spotlight on a few of the Spring/Summer ’17 runways, but truthfully stripes never go out of style. Today stripes appear on everything and come in all different shapes and sizes that look flattering on everyone.

These vertical striped pants are a bit wild but in all the best ways possible. I love them because the style of stripes elongates the legs and is so much fun to wear. At first, the print reminded me of something prisoners wear and coincidentally Reformation named the pants after the famous prison, Alcatraz. It’s definitely a more rebellious style of stripes, especially compared to the classic Breton stripe.

Whether the stripes are vertical or horizontal, thick or thin, every style you can possibly imagine is coming back. Get a head start on Spring and try out a few of the styles out now, you definitely can’t go wrong. Reformation came out with a few new ones this week that are equally as cool as the Alcatraz stripes. If you are a stripe lover, you will definitely be in heaven trying out all the different variations available this season!

Ana Prodanovich wearing vertical striped pants from Reformation.Ana Prodanovich wearing vertical striped pants from Reformation.Ana Prodanovich wearing vertical striped pants from Reformation.Ana Prodanovich wearing vertical striped pants from Reformation.Ana Prodanovich wearing vertical striped pants from Reformation.Ana Prodanovich wearing vertical striped pants from Reformation.Ana Prodanovich wearing vertical striped pants from Reformation.Ana Prodanovich wearing vertical striped pants from Reformation.

Credits: Styling by Ana Prodanovich & Photography by Kenny Chen

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