3 Ways To Wear A Plaid Shirt
Plaid has been a part of men’s dress code for many years. That’s right, even before hipster’s adopted them into their contemporary closets! Tartans were worn on the waists of Scottish men for thousands of years. Fast forward to today, and the pattern has been cut and styled for men, women, and even children. The humble cloth can now be seen anywhere from runway shows to office spaces. If plaid isn’t already in your wardrobe, then read on for three ways to wear this undying trend.
Your ‘ol trusty jeans aren’t the only fabric to feature on Casual Friday’s. Play it up in plaid with the Brighton Plaid Casual Shirt With Windsor Spread Collar for a laid-back outfit to ease you into the weekend. Keep your first three buttons undone to debut a color-block Henley shirt for a fresh take on your classic flannel. For the workplace, ditch those denims for the Flat Front Performance Non-Iron Cotton Khaki Pant to keep up a neat appearance.
Transform your lumberjack inspired plaid into a polished essential for a collegiate look. The rustic hues on the Orwell Plaid Casual Shirt With Hidden Button Down Collar will reawaken your weekday wardrobe teamed with a Solid Tie in Navy, under a charcoal gray suit. Eclectic color combinations unite these fall separates to achieve blasé style. From the boardroom to the bar, this suit will turn your walk into a confident stride.
Cotton Cashmere Cable Knit Sweater and the Windsor Oxford Plaid Casual Shirt Windsor Spread Collar are a dynamic duo to deck yourself out in. Adding this flat knit outer layer will give your flannel a spiffy update. The soft texture of our pullover sweater combined with plaid accents are ideal for your work-space and when the temperatures drop.