Plaid Fashion Trend Fall/Winter 2020
Fashion designers are wild about tartan and plaid and they are making a statement by resurrecting it into the fashion scene for the fall/winter 2020 season. Plaids have been coming and going for years and now they’re back to enchant our eyes but with a little bit of a twist as fashion designers have increased their versatility by going bold with colors.
Nowadays plaids aren’t stopping at just shirts, they are used for everything from accessories to skirts, coats and trousers, so go bold and experiment. The fun and fierce design of the plaid takes towards a vintage, statement style that will most definitely draw attention. Plaids have always expressed casualness, but it seems that designers have managed a way to make them a part of more elegant pieces such as dresses and skirt suits.
The diversity of the plaid is amazing, so no wonder that this fall/winter season they are bringing the joy into fashion. Fun, fresh and flirty are only a few words that pop into our mind when thinking of plaids, so make the best out of your look this season with an all plaid of plaid accent outfit. Designers have tried their best to make the plaids exude femininity and elegance and their efforts definitely paid-off as you can now dress them up or dress them down depending on the event you’re attending.
If you’re feeling a little bit flirty, you can opt for a few plaid accents on a monochrome outfit so that the entire outfit has a little bit of edge attached. Plaid accessories such as scarves, jackets, shoes or handbags can make a difference and give your look a boost of sophistication. If however you’re ready to make a fashion statement, go bold and opt for an all plaid outfit. Plaid detailed skirts, dresses, shirts, shorts and coats are hot and look amazing when put together, so experiment and make sure all eyes are on you.
Plaids come in an array of wonderful hues nowadays, so go for nude, subtle colored plaids, go trendy and classic with red and black colored plaids or go bold and opt for bright hues such as yellow, electric blue or lavender.
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