Maybe it’s the proximity to the water or the locale’s penchant for classic style, but one thing’s for sure: San Francisco fashion girls have a thing for stripes. The versatile print is perfect for the summer months, so we’ve taken a look at how they’re wearing it. And since San Francisco girls have mastered how to wear all things striped, we’re taking a few styling notes.
The striped boater top is a piece that belongs in everyone’s closet. Layered underneath a blazer with cutoff shorts and Gucci slides, it instantly feels modern and cool. Another silhouette to try is the striped summer dress. Pairing one with a circle wicker bag and lace-up block heels is an easy way to elevate the simple summer style. Want to see how San Francisco fashion girls are wearing the print?
Keep reading to see how they’re wearing the classic style, then shop our favorite pieces from Zara, Saint Laurent, Reformation, and more!
It doesn’t get more classic than a striped boater top. Make it feel modern with cutoff shorts, a blazer, and leather slides.
Tap into one of the season’s biggest trends by wearing a striped statement top—something with voluminous sleeves or a one-shoulder silhouette will instantly elevate your look.
Style a striped dress with cool accessories like a circle wicker bag and block heels.
Instead of traditional navy and white stripes, try a piece with some color.
Keep things simple with a wrap dress and aviator sunglasses.
Try out a statement top—one of this season’s biggest trends.
Give your outfit a pop of color.
We love this off-the-shoulder top.
Finished with a tie at the waist.
The subtle heels make these comfortable to walk in.
Pack this for your next vacation.
We suggest layered a wide belt over this top.
Pair this with a miniskirt.
Wear this dress with a pair of espadrilles.
We love this cool statement top.
Add lace-up sandals and you’re done.
Slip into these striped flats.
We love this classic style.
Finished with a cool cutout detail.
The wide belt lends a waist-cinching effect.
Finished with feathers at the hem.