1. Everly Clothing Chevron Top of the World Dress, $50 | 2. Little Ella Chevron Romper, $64 | 3. Carnival You Could Want Dress, $50 | 4. Gorjana Charm Bracelet, $60 | 5. Ralph Lauren Holden Chevron Rug, $4350 | 6. House of Harlow 1960 Station Chevron Earrings, $75 | 7. Charlotte Russe Chevron Raffia Pump, $38.50 | 8. J.Crew Chevron Tie Belt, $15 | 9. Boohoo Kitty Chevron Wedge, $26
The stripes in the v-shape are nothing new, especially in the world of fashion (Missoni, anyone?), but maybe you never knew that the official name for this pattern is the “chevron.” Originally used in architecture or to signify military rank, today’s use is a little less formal. I love the pattern because of the clean lines and geometric shapes. It’s a little bit retro, but still maintaining a very contemporary feel. – Tram @ Phi-Style.com
1. Oncewed | 2. Chevron twill tape from Kari Me Away | 3. Painted table by Local Social via 100LC | 4. YouBUDesign on Etsy | 5. Whisker Graphics | 6. Chevron platter by Aedriel Originals | 7. Wiley Valentine | 8. Buttons or magnets from Robayre | 9. My Sweet & Saucy | 10. Oh Happy Day | * Biarritz Maillot from Undrest
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