Last week, we took a look at stripes for fall/winter in Korean fashion. This week, we switch gears to spring/summer with stripes that often decorate resort collections. In colors such as navy, royal, red, yellow, black, and white, stripes are easy to wear because of their unisex attribute. Located on pants, shirts, necklines, and even hems only, stripes are alluring when styled right. Let’s see how this simple pattern is worn in warmer weather.

Here are SeoulSync’s hot-weather-striped outfits of the week:

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It looks like she is going on a vacation in those bold stripes!

This white/blue stripe combo is popular on the streets of Seoul.

This white/blue stripe combo is popular on the streets of Seoul.

Just at the hem and at the neckline, sporty stripes are also in.

Just at the hem and at the neckline, sporty stripes are also in.

This Seoulite looks like she's ready to step into the water at the beach or take a cruise!

This Seoulite looks like she’s ready to step into the water at the beach or take a cruise!

For the gentlemen, your pinstriped slacks are still in!

For the gentlemen, your pinstriped slacks are still in!

And for the ladies, now is the time to bring out those cotton seersucker dresses!

And for the ladies, now is the time to bring out those cotton seersucker dresses!

Rolled-up cuffs and stripes are popular in Seoul.

Rolled-up cuffs and stripes are popular in Seoul.

A more masculine take on stripes, this outfit dons a white/black stripe combination.

A more masculine take on stripes, this outfit dons a white/black stripe combination.

This is our most fashion-forward pick of the week. Can you see why?

This is our most fashion-forward pick of the week. Can you see why?

The classic stripe looks great even when you want to dress down.

The classic stripe looks great even when you want to dress down.

 

See how versatile stripes are? Don’t forget to check back next week for more of our spring/summer fashion picks!

Photographs are provided courtesy of our partner, ALEX FINCH.

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Victoria Lin

Victoria fell in love with South Korea after studying abroad at Yonsei University. Victoria loves fashion, art, culture, travel, learning foreign languages, and puppies. Currently, she is a designer and product developer in the fashion industry who thrives on originality.