3 Ways to Wear a Plaid Skirt by Kate Kaschenbach


Okay 90 degree weather – I bid you farewell (read: go away)! I am ready for boots and denim — and plaid! For those of you not aware, I am 27 weeks pregnant and this being my fourth pregnancy, I was in denial for the first 20 weeks. I’m just now starting to think, huh, I should probably buy some maternity clothes. One of my first purchases for fall — a plaid shirt. I bought this one — cute, right?

A plaid shirt is a definite staple in the fall/winter for day-to-day wear. I thought it would be helpful to show some examples of different ways to wear it, although it’s perfect to pair with your favorite pair of jeans and almost any shoe (think boots, flats, converse sneakers — anything!). It’s really that easy. But for those who maybe want to change it up a bit, I took to Pinterest and found 3 ways to wear a plaid shirt: preppy, dressy, and with a vest. What’s your favorite way?

Preppy: Layer your plaid shirt under a sweater and let the collar and sleeves pop out or pair your plaid shirt with a blazer for a preppy look.


Dressy: Dress your plaid shirt up with a midi skirt or a statement necklace


With a Vest: Pair your plaid shirt with a military inspired or puffer vest for a laid back look


And don’t forget to check out some great plaid shirt options I gathered up from around the web — ALL on SALE!

Happy shopping!


ONE / TWO / THREE / FOUR

FIVE / SIX / SEVEN / EIGHT

~ Kate Kaschenbach, Fashion blogger of DesignerDealToday.com, personal shopper and stylist, Founder/CEO of KK Designs LLC accessories line.

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