Nothing feels more like fall than plaid. It’s cool, cozy, and goes well with other seasonal staples like blue jeans, and oversized sweaters. And this season paid is about so much more than keeping it casual in a long-sleeved plaid button-down or flannel shirt. There are plenty of other ways to wear the pattern, whether you’re looking for a feminine outfit or something a bit more grungy, and I’m sure I’m not the only one who can’t get enough of the trend! Not sure how to pull off the plaid trend this season? Check out the pictures below and see how to infuse the trend into your wardrobe this season.
Plaid dresses are probably the easiest when it comes to styling plaid. A plaid sweater dress can easily go from desk to drinks in no time, while a plaid shirtdress is perfect for a casual Saturday and can instantly be dressed up for a night out.
A tip when wearing plaid pants? Pair them with something simple to let them shine and to avoid looking clownish.
Another conventional plaid piece is a skirt. Whether it be an office-appropriate pencil or a flirtatious skater, a plaid skirt is sure to add a statement to your fall look.
For those who want to look professional, but still on-trend, a plaid blazer may just be your new go-to piece this fall.
Plaid coats can look amazing and seasonal with pretty much everything in your closet, from blue jeans to dresses.
You can pair a fitted plaid shirt with a simple leather mini and under a biker jacket/vest. Or, even better, try tying it effortlessly around your waist the old way.
Fall is about layering! In fact, it’s my favorite thing about fall fashion. Layer your plaid shirt underneath a cozy cable knit sweater for a fun and girly look.
If you’re not feeling bold enough to embrace the tartan trend fully, a plaid scarf is a great addition to any look.
Well my ladies, there you have it. These are just nineteen out of many awesome street style ways to wear the plaid trend this fall. As always, take each look and make it your own by adding unique touches like accessories and pops of color. What’s your favorite way to wear plaid?