is a subtle pattern for the basis of an outfit. It is fun to mix prints around the plaid.
This plaid skirt lent my outfit blues, camels and browns!
A great color spring board! I was free to add a floral in navy, green, and pinks. Since this plaid skirt has a turquoise base, it is an upbeat color, so I added a fun mix of pearls and texture. I was in a commercial garage; trés posh, yes?
You remember these mirrored glasses, don’t you? They are Ferragamo and I bought them locally at Off Saks near me. My booties are ruffled canvas, with kid heels and toes. I know it looks as though the chevron tights are ruffled, but they are not! Rather, those are courtesy the booties by Laurence Decade via Workshop.
A fun indoor shot of these below.
It is such fun to mix plaid with floral! My example here of a plaid skirt is just one of many iterations. You can see I added many elements to this fun look. I hope you agree it is fun! The chevron and clipped mohair added texture. The two neutral tones of are a clean palette, lending some wiggle room for the pearl necklace with the gripoix, the studded gloves, and the Swarovski cuff.
The plaid skirt is the focal point of this outfit and is made by DKNY. It has pockets as well! The details shots are below with lots of details are pictured via my wondrous closet! I have been wearing this Mark Cross Grace bag to death!
I love plaid and floral, stripes and floral, gingham checks, and multi prints, and any interesting combination in both decor and in our wardrobes. A comfortable plaid skirt with pockets is a favorite!
You know my signature style is heavily eclectic.
What is your favorite way to wear plaids? Tell me, what is your most treasured plaid outfit staple? Everything I am wearing here is upcycled. The high-end consignment shops here in the city have been such great source for me.
Have a wonderful weekend! To those out enjoying #NYFW, pace yourself and stay warm!