If you are looking for a classic print that can update modern silhouettes, then I advice you to try tartan and checks trend. I want to share with you some of the best ways how you can style it this fall 2015-2016 season. This print is back the style agenda. The thing about tartan is the functionality during the cold weather. Fashion brings colorful and bright interpretations from classic to grunge styles by offering us bold new styling choices. This traditional pattern explores new horizons by appearing in various colors and sizes.
I like half-abstract touches, as well as polished and sophisticated looks with standard patterns. The fun side lies in the endless styling opportunities, by choosing unexpected outfits or keeping it look clean. Anway, let me share with you some brand new ideas on how to wear it:
That's a stunning Akris creation. We see pantsuit fully printed in Prince of Wales checks. It looks masculine and fitted. I love the 1970's inspired fit and leather vest.
If you want yourself a classy office update, then go for this Badgley Mischka outfit that consists of a stunning blazer and black pencil skirt.
Here we see the same designer brand creation that includes a tailored crop top paired with high-waisted, fit-and-flare skirt.
Try something cosy. Here we see Donna Karan wrap belted coat that features an interesting print that looks like bricks to me. If you want something like a blanket coat, then go for this Sass Bide creation that has quite oversized look.
If you want something simple and functional, then go for this light red plaid shirtdress from Jenni Kayne.
When it feels like wanna try something modern, then I suggest for combine different prints. Here we see Marco de Vicenzo coat worn atop horizontal striped separates.
If you want yourself grungy appearance, then go for the plaids from Rosetta Getty. We see boyish separates that are ideal for making statement in the streets. If you are looking for coziness, then try on rib knit, oversized white cream sweater with ankle length checkered pants.
That's what I call retro inspiration. We see Saloni outfit that consists of slim-fit pants, cozy top and shortened cardigan.
Here is another creation from Sass Bide: cropped, wide T-sweater worn with high-waisted long black skirt.