Maybe it was the Catholic school girl skirts we donned every September, or the preppy blazers and ties on the boys, but there is a strong emotional connection between fall and plaids. This year’s weaves have a sophistication not usually associated with the Scottish cloth. It is interesting that all of the best pieces are in black, gray and white. And why not? It is a breeze to accessorize with black or grey, or add a pop of color – any color looks fresh against this neutral backdrop. Or have some fun mixing and matching the plaids for a modern look. Click these links to see our pick for FALL BAGS and FALL SHOES.
From J. CREW, Polished and Pulled Together.
For more information and to purchase, please click on the links. J. Crew Women’s Ludlow Blazer in Glen Plaid Italian Wool $425 / J. Crew Petite Maddie Pant in Glen Plaid $130 / J. Crew Plaid Mix Scarf $55 / J. Crew Plaza Skirt in Glen Plaid $110 / J. Crew Glen Plaid Cap- Sleeve Dress $198
At SAKS There Was Something for Everyone.
Fuzzi Tartan Trompre L’Oeil Dress $525 / Max Mara Memo Printed Jersey Dress $675 / St. John Leather-Appliqué Plaid Sheath Dress $995 / Theory Café Lithe Shaggy Plaid Coat $795 / Joie Nura Sheer Plaid Silk Blouse $258 / Rag & Bone Plaid Long-Sleeve Tee $150 / Haute Hippie To JJ With Love Silk Plaid Blouse $285
While Bergdorf Goodman Showed a Variety of Fashionable Plaids.
Don’t miss the Lanvin flower pin. The Burberry Cap is a child’s size, so order a large.
Nanette Lepore Sleuth Plaid Leather-Waist Skirt $278 / Burberry Flannel Newsboy Cap $150 / Manolo Blahnik BB Wool Palid Pump $695 / Haute Hippie Wool Plaid Sweater $295 / Lanvin Plaid Flower Lapel Pin $195 / Manolo Blahnik Ancor Plaid & Leather Wing- Tip Pump $835 / Akris Drop-Pleat Plaid Flannel Skirt $995