What to Wear: Pops of Plaid

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It is FINALLY starting to feel like fall around here…although I saw temps are supposed to jump back up to the 90s by the end of the week.  YUCK!!  These few days with some overcast skies and cooler temps I’m breaking out the fall gear!  Plaid is always a favorite of mine, it just LOOKS cozy, and this year it’s everywhere!  I love it!  I picked out some of my favorite ways to incorporate this fun pattern into your wardrobe this year without breaking the bank.

GUESS Plaid Toggle Front Coat with Removable Hood (Regular & Petite)
So Fresh Plaid Tote
Plaid wrap-style skirt
Corey Lynn Calter Painted Plaid Dress
Fitted boyfriend plaid oxford shirt
Polo Ralph Lauren Varsity Plaid Scarf
Denim & Supply Plaid Surplus Shirt
Western Chief Checked Plaid Boot
Tommy Hilfiger Plaid Blazer

If you’re not up for actually WEARING plaid…how cute is that bag? It would look great with SO many things because of all the great colors in it. And the best part…it’s inexpensive, so when you tire of it, you won’t feel guilty passing it along. I know it doesn’t rain here much (or EVER…hello serious drouht!), but those boots! They are finding a way into my closet this year. I’ll just have to wear them to the beach or something. 😉

What are your favorite plaid looks? I’d love to see them!
Happy Shopping!


Creative Director at Pink Peppermint Design
Tammy Mitchell is the founder and creative director of lifestyle blog pinkpeppermintdesign.com. Along with being a homeschooling mom of two kiddos, she is also an in-demand prop and event stylist, photographer, interior and graphic designer. On Pink Peppermint Design, she shares creative DIY projects, easy entertaining and gift ideas, inspiring interiors and events. She lives in Southern California, with her husband and two children.

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2 thoughts on “What to Wear: Pops of Plaid”

  1. Wearing plaid is awkward for me as my school uniform for many years was a plaid (we call it tartan in New Zealand) skirt or kilt. Maybe it is time, it has been MANY years since I was in school , to try a little and see if it still feels like a uniform!

    • lol Jules! I can totally relate. My kids wear plaid as part of a uniform. I love it….they are so tired of it I don’t know that they will ever wear plaid again as soon as they no longer “have” to. 🙂 Give it a try on a fun accessory and see what you think! 🙂 Have a great day!


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