Plaids are cool and versatile and they are, if I dare say, everybody’s favorite pattern that is, asides from stripes. If you love plaid just as much as I do then I figured you’d also want to get inspirations on different ways you can wear plaids without looking the same each time. My first advice would be to go for different patterned plaids, instead of one pattern in different colors, asides from that its best to have plaids in different clothing’s and style, here are 7 of my favorite pick, I hope you are as inspired as I was.
Plaids are gorgeous, so go with a sophisticated and sleek look, keep it minimal by pairing a two toned plaid pant with a neutral or solid colored top or blazer, opt for a gingham plaid pants like this one, they are absolutely gorgeous.
I love a colorful plaid shirt, pair with one of the colors on the pattern to give off a subtle and light weight feel. Finish off with a cool toned heel and trimmings.
A complete plaid ensemble is not as much as you would expect, especially when you choose a subtle color, it comes off elegant or casual depending on the trimmings you rock along side it.
Plaid pencil skirts are lovely, but did you know full flared plaid skirts are also lovely? Well they are, pair with a neutral colored turtle neck body hug for a more feminine approach or just pair with a bodysuit or a tank top.
Plaid pencil skirt can look very cozy once you pair with a sweater or a solid colored pullover, add a touch of personality with the right jewelry, probably a named pendant or a charm bracelet to give it life.
A waist belt adds definition to an oversize/loose dress by defining the waist line. Finish off with an absolutely rad heel[yop_poll id=”455″] What do you think about plaid, do you love or not? Leave your comments in the comment box below.
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