It’s your turn, ladies. Time to be Mad about Plaid! If you haven’t seen 4 Ways to Wear Plaid for men, click here.
According to My Fall Story, plaid is in view this season and I feel like buying myself a plaid shirt over the weekend got me even more excited to style this. I got a bit too excited though, because there are more than 4 sets. Let’s see…
Plaid on Plaid: This look is appropriate for back-to-school folks and most importantly, ladies who find themselves in research labs. We can’t wear dresses or shorts or skirts or anything cute. So why not play with plaid on plaid? You’ll still be covered up and looking good while running those experiments.
Office Chic: Who said plaid cannot be worn to work or any occasion that requires a bit of classy, a bit of chic?
Night on the Town: It’s Friday night. You and your girls are about to head out. Don’t ignore that plaid shirt that’s peeking out of your closet. Plaid paired with leather, a sleeveless jacket and a pair of killer shoes are all you need. Go for it!
Refreshing: Adding white to this outfit is simply refreshing, especially for those who are not very into plaid or other patterns. It’s a very simple yet sophisticated look as these shoes add the right amount of drama and fun to the outfit. Finish off with a simple clutch.
Now, for the bonus sets.
Plaid & Stripes: This is for the bold and fearless! Keep everything else in dark tones so that your plaid and stripes combo will make “the” statement.
Plaid, Leather and a Sleeveless Jacket: You’ve seen similar items in the sets above. This option brings plaid, leather, sleeveless jackets and cutouts together for a delectable look. You’ll be sure to stand out.
Other plaid items you might like:
Till next time. 🙂
Oh and I’m still looking for a graphic designer (could be an amateur) who can help design newsletters for subsequent #4WaystoWear.
Essentially, this newsletter will contain more shopping options like I did above, for subscribers.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you deem yourself fit for this.