stripe on stripe

Since I’ve been in Denmark I have noticed that horizontal striped t-shirts and sweaters are a common sight.

Stripes seem to come in and out of fashion in other places, but there seems to be a stable number of stripe-wearing-people in the population here. Its a bit like having clones, with a little variation in colour and thickness of pattern. I’m sure I spotted some more examples in the local fotex supermarket catalogue this morning.

Not that I dislike it, its just noticable when a lot of people wear the same thing. Perhaps this is a typical Scandinavian look. Does the clean, cool, minmalist look give reference to Scandinavian design? Below : So is this the way to spot a Scandinavian guy?

A shining example


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