Plaid has always been a well-loved print pattern during the fall season. Wearing plaid is a great way to add a splash of color to your outfit without going over the top and an even better way to add a subtle hint of grunge to rather chic and girly outfits. If you love plaid just as much as the next fashionista, check out these 5 fresh and fabulous ways to wear the print.
- PLAID STATEMENT DRESS – how often do you see anyone rocking a plaid dress? Not very often, I tell you, and I really wish more girls did. A plaid dress is a fabulous way to make a statement. It’s unique and very interesting plus it’s got all that you need to create a stylish look: coordinating colors and subtle but eye catching print.
- PLAID ON PLAID – forget about double denim, this fall let’s make it all about plaid on plaid. The key to making your plaid on plaid combo is to wear plaid patterns with different color schemes. Try a neutral plaid print with another plaid printed item with a bolder and more colorful color combo. Just as with the double print or double denim trend, the secret to pulling this off successfully is to make sure you don’t go over the top.
- PLAID CAPE – capes are one of the hottest outerwear styles for fall and if you’re looking for a fresh and fabulous way to wear one, try wearing a plaid cape. Wear it with a plain and neutral fall look and use it as your pop of color or do the double print trend with it by pairing it up with another printed piece from your wardrobe.
- PLAID MATCHING SET – another really fabulous way to sport some plaid is to opt for a plaid matching set. It could be a set with anything, really, from a crop top to a blazer, wide – legged pants or a chic pencil midi. This is a great way to inject some fall vibe into a look so summery as a matching set.
- PLAID SHOES – for those of you out there who are a little overwhelmed by plaid, the best way to go about adding this print pattern to your look is to start small and subtle. If you’re a fan of statement shoes, why not start with plaid heels? It could be a way for you to sneak some color in to your look without overpowering your main look.