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Monroe managed to make just about everything she wore look sexy—and stripes were no exception.
French Dressing3 of 11
The classic striped nautical top was never worn better than by Jean Seberg in the stylish '60s film Breathless.
Class Act4 of 11
In a striped button-down, Grace Kelly exuded effortless sophistication and style.
Golden Girl5 of 11
Actress Catherine Deneuve dons an embellished striped gown for the Cannes Film Festival in 1966.
She's a Lady6 of 11
British model Jean Shrimpton posed in a wide-striped feminine dress that was the perfect mix of sporty and sweet.
Disco Fever7 of 11
In 1983, the legendary Diana Ross paired stripes with stripes for a Staying Alive bash.
Slumber Party8 of 11
Take a cue from Italian screen siren Sophia Loren and don the trend even while lounging around.
Game On9 of 11
Get an effortlessly athletic look a la Peggy Lipton with a wide-stripe cotton top done in shades of tomboy blue.
Ready to Rock10 of 11
In the early '80s, Debbie Harry made preppy stripes more punk.
Boho Sleek11 of 11
Black-and-white stripes add some graphic appeal to a flowy shape, as seen on Jacqueline Bissett back in '68.