You can but some may suggest to make the stripe a different scale than what's on the shirt. I think if you wore a candy or dress stripe it may not look great. Maybe bengal. I think hairline stripes could work. You should always vary scale of patterns and textures. You could see how it's possible that a candy-stripe could be the exact same, or close, scale and would throw it off. Pin stripes too. Wide pin stripes, dress stripes, bengal, hairline, etc, could be good.
You generally have two possible routes to go. You either chose a stripe pattern that has a more or less comparable size as the pattern of the suit, or you go with a thinner one. The first route is acceptable because the pattern of the suit is somewhat complex and thus there will be no visual war between the two. This route includes the wide/medium pin stripe (if the bigger, usually, white space is similiar to the pattern block of the suit), which, in my opinion, will probably look best. The second possibility is to wear shirt with typical dress stripe, which will genrally be a safer option.
I was thinking a white shirt with pink pinstripes