Why a Parisian Style Striped Bardot?

A bardot style top or dress has become one of my wardrobe ‘must haves’ for three reasons; it’s a great alternative to a cami top, it can make an outfit have more character and it’s so effortlessly chic. Do you need any more reasons to justify why you should invest in one now?

I am once again obsessed with this striped bardot top from Topshop. I love the Parisian feel to it and it works well with any necklace and my silver hoop earrings. I would love to find a simple neck tie to create quite a minimalist look which draws heavy attention to the bare shoulders and cut of the top.


I teamed this particular with my denim A-line skirt and western belt to give the stripes that British street luxe and you can team this with mules to really help you define a feminine silhouette that stops the image looking too boxy. I chose to tone the look down with my black ring detailed bag, which in my opinion helps to break the look down and gives it more of a soft and relaxed feel. This outfit looks great with anything from sliders, heeled shoes and mules!

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Stripes are everywhere and are just a great and simple way to refresh your wardrobe. The style is everywhere, so if you want some new summer additions seek to invest in a striped bardot, whether that’s lines running horizontally, vertically or brushed in alternating ways. The bardot style will help you look effortless, simple and glam all at once!

This is on of my favourite tops that I wore in Bali, it looked great styled coupled with my white skirt and simple thin necklaces to really define that french fashion, most of us aspire to achieve! Come September when we are thinking about transitioning our summer wardrobe pieces during the build up to Autumn, you could style a simple stripe bardot like this with some jeans, and a longline waistcoat, something to consider…


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