Mad 4 PLAID

Photo on 2015-05-18 at 12.40

First, I would like to thank the people who  have taken the time to read and follow my blog. I appreciate all comments and hope if there is anything in particular you would like me to style please ask. I received some about the hat from my last post, so I plan to feature it again.

Here is closeup of the hat. I bought it at Burlington but, I have seen similar ones in many other stores and also in a variety of colors.

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Similar:

http://www.forever21.com/Product/Product.aspx?BR=f21&Category=acc_hat&ProductID=2000165500&VariantID=

That said, let’s style plaids.

Don’t you love it when a specific piece keeps evolving over and over? Plaid has been in trend for what seems like, always. It’s back in a big way this fall but what’s fun is how to pair plaids.  Usually you think of plaid with jeans or casual attire.

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I saw this picture and loved it, basically because it’s not something I would have thought to do, styling a cotton or flannel shirt with something dressy.

 Who would of thought to put a casual plaid shirt with a leather pencil skirt and strappy heels. Where I live, I don’t own a great deal of leather.  It never really gets that cold here. So I traded it for a knit pencil skirt.

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Skirt – Tahari

Shirt – H&M

What a great idea!

(The dog is another accessory!)

So What else could you do? I love comfy cardigan sweaters. they are so versatile. I layered this sleeveless plaid flannel shirt under it for in-between weather.

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Then add boots and you have a great look.

The fun part about this is you can wear the shirt when the weather is warmer by itself.

AS ALWAYS

HAPPY SHOPPING!

 

 

 

 

 

2 thoughts on “Mad 4 PLAID

  1. I love plaid and have PLENTY of flannel shirts. I think, where I live in a cold area a flannel shirt could look great, tucked in with a skirt, which looked really nice in your pic (with the dog hahaha). Layering for warmth works best here. Thanks.

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