Trend Alert: The Flirty New Plaid--Lumberjacks Need Not Apply

February 1, 2010 by Eileen Conlan
shefinds | Style

We love plaid shirts–if you love the style, too, consider continuing the trend into spring with a few pieces perfect for transitional weather. You can wear them lots of ways. That’s how you know they’re worth the money.

Roxy does a great transitional plaid dress ($19) that works in winter with a pair of tights and booties, and is equally cute for spring with ballet flats.

The basic wardrobe addition: A peppy LOFT  plaid scarf ($34) takes a basic dress or cardigan to the next level.

This Splendid plaid dress ($139) in pastel colors lets the plaid be a little more feminine–without compromising its roots, which are casual and cool.

The American Eagle plaid fedora ($19.95) makes a plain pair of jeans that flatter your shape and a button-down shirt seem instantly dressed up.

Hurley plaid halter top ($19.99) and bikini bottoms ($42) are different than the standard bikini–why not switch things up on your next vacation?

Get more in our guides to plaid shirts, see our spring trends, and be inspired by our guide to celebrity denim styles, skinny jeans, and black jeans that work with everything in your closet. Subscribe to our newsletter for all the best sales and deals.


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