Originally plaids are meant for wearing in winter time, but I want to show you some tips and tricks how to make plaids work for spring and summer time. You are about to see great ways how to make them work for this year. The majority of women are afraid of wearing checkered pattern, as they do not know how to make them look fabulous. Believe it or not, but the plaids go great with so many clothes and you can find so many different color combinations that are easy to style. In other words saying, plaids can be worn all year round. Anyway, here are some ideas how to make them look spring friendly.
The first idea that popped into my head is the plaids in bright colors. After all, spring is all about brightness, fun, and vibrancy. If you are looking for a way to make checks look sweet and warm friendly, then you should choose cure and soft color plaids. You can even try pastel hues to make them work with almost anything you want. Make some fun with a multicolored plaid shirt by wearing it with a camel blazer and pastel fuchsia chinos, or keep things more casual by teaming multicolored shirt with light brown vest and dark blue skinnies.
The plaids look more exciting without layering. That’s why you better skip layers and wear plaids on its own. This print will liven up any outfit. Wear it with light jeans or keep things comfy and ladylike by wearing tartan plaid skirt paired with a crispy white shirt. Checks do look great in bright colors. All you need is to pair checkered garment with bright color clothes. For instance, try on plaid shirt tucked in high-waisted fuchsia flared mini skirt. Adding bright and vibrant colors will make your outfit look more spring-friendly. The easiest way to make plaid look spring friendly is to buy spring garments fully printed in checks. For instance, I do love wearing my red-and-white gingham shorts paired with a crispy white polo shirt and classic fit white blazer. Try to get your hands on everything that’s is printed in plaid. If you do want to make things look creative, then the best way is to mix and match plaids with various prints. You can pair gingham with abstract florals, or keep things retro inspired by teaming polka dots with tartan.