Plaid pattern is traditional, but there’s no reason it has to feel old-fashioned! Wether, you want to be it the traditional red and black or the unexpected navy blue and green combo, this fall will be all about plaid. This pattern is cozy, and goes well with other seasonal staples like blue jeans, and oversized sweaters. Whether you choose to incorporate plaid motifs onto accessories or clothing,deck yourself out in that print. Remember back in the ’90s, the waist wrap was typically part of an entirely causal outfit (Old tartan jacket around the waist, converse or Doc Martens on feet with the ripped jeans), and that still holds up today. I’m referring this #ThrowbackThursday fact, to confirm there are plenty of ways to wear plaid.
However, for colder fall days, let a plaid shirt through a warm knit,add the skinny jeans and try the Cage Thigh Boots with. Plus,there’s nothing’s quite as stylish as the massive tartan scarf in the fall to warm you neck. The idea of plaid shoes works as well when paired with a cool pair of boyfriend jeans and an oversized coat, the classic pointed heels in a plaid pattern can look chic! If you want a boldest outfit,go the sleek and sophisticated route with minimalist plaid culotte, or add more of a on-the-go edge to your look by going Full-on Tartan. Don’t be afraid to mix plaid with other graphic prints like stripes, polka dots, or animal print. Last but not least, a little bit of plaid can go a long way. As said before, it’s great on accessories such as shoes, bags, scarves, and even sunglasses look cool in plaid. It might not seem practical at first, but if you think about it, plaid never really goes out of style and a nice plaid is about as classic as a print can get. By the way, make sure try at least one of these unexpected modern approaches to wear it this winter and let me know the results!
Romwe Plaid Coat / H&M black wide pant / Lulus Hat / Similar top at Boohoo / Similar bag at NordStromrack / more at my boutique /