blue-and-white-striped love



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  • Wakefield was wearing sun-bleached cowboy boots and weathered jeans, and his blue-and-white-striped Oxford shirt was unbuttoned far enough to show off his deeply tanned chest.

    The Panic Virus

  • He wore gray slacks and tassel loafers and a blue-and-white-striped shirt with white French cuffs and a rolled white collar; his plum-colored tie had a gold pin in it.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • Pender had changed into a pre-rumpled blue-and-white-striped seersucker sport coat and peach-colored golf slacks before they left Marshall City.


  • My newborn son, just nine days old, was lying on the dining-room table, swaddled in his soft blue-and-white-striped birthing blanket.

    Crossing Mandelbaum Gate

  • The Mozio rana wore a white Muslim cap, a blue-and-white-striped boubou, and slim light-blue slacks.


  • He seemed more like a middle-aged advertising copywriter, with his tousled hair and slightly untucked blue-and-white-striped shirt.

    The Burning Wire

  • Jamie was supposed to be an excellent sailor, and for the audition, Tally had bought an outfit that fit the profile: white jeans, a blue-and-white-striped boatneck top, and Sperry Top-Siders.


  • It ended up being a delivery person who handed over several wrapped paper packages in shiny blue-and-white-striped shopping bags.

    The Limit

  • The theme of the party was “Great Gatsby,” and while many guests donned borrowed couture, socialite Minnie Mortimer wore a blue-and-white-striped T-shirt dress of her own design.

    Bon Jovi Croons, Stahl Snoozes, Cristal Pops in Hoppin' Holiday Hamptons

  • A minute later he returned carrying a blue-and-white-striped Dippin Donuts bag.



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