Today we’re showing you how to recreate some of their most memorable moments with some of the newest winter arrivals hitting our stores now. And since we’re learning from the masters of plaid, these expertly checked outfits will become fashion no-brainers.
Grasie wore perhaps my favorite type of plaid at NYFW this past summer: buffalo plaid. But what’s the difference between this bold two tone check pattern and a classic multi-colored plaid? Let’s let Webster’s Dictionary lend a helping hand:
Buf·fa·lo (bf-l) Plaid noun, adj –An even plaid consisting of two alternating color stripes, one black and the other often red, at right angles, thus forming a checked pattern of even squares; often used in Westernwear.
I for one have been meaning to recreate Grasie’s NYFW look for some time now and am super excited to find this Red and Black Buffalo Plaid Maxi Dress. Like with Grasie’s outfit, just add your favorite black booties, a touch of gold jewelry and a black purse to finish her 90’s inspired look.
We all know Beth has a thing for mixing prints (especially when it comes to plaid), and we love her for it! Here she plays it cool by masterfully pairing her thrifted plaid trousers with a camouflage button down and a pair of leopard slip-ons.
Recreating a three-print look can be daunting and at times is best kept for the professionals. But you can easily channel Beth’s printed look with our Green Plaid Circle Skirt, $28.50. It’s the perfect skirt for this year’s office party or just a rainy day at home cuddled up with a good book.