A History of Pinstripes, From Clark Gable to Carrie Bradshaw
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There's nothing new about pinstripes. They've been around since the early 1900s. But, while it's one of the most masculine of prints, the skinny power-suit staple has had a long and (ironically) winding road toward its current place as one of Fall's hottest fashion trends for us ladies.
Let's take a walk down memory lane, and learn a little something about the history of this print and its famous fans (Carrie Bradshaw, Winston Churchill, and Diane Keaton are an eclectic bunch, no?) . . . before we all start wearing it this season.