Sweater: Ted Baker (c/o) // Pants: Joe Fresh (Old, similar here & here) // Shoes: Kate Spade
Bag: Chanel (borrowed from my lovely sister) // Necklace: Banana Republic // Sunnies: Celine
If you couldn’t tell from this and this post this week I’m a tad bit obsessed with plaid lately. It is definitely
my go-to print from fall, way in to winter. I picked up these pants last year from Joe Fresh and they
are still a fave of mine. Some other great options are these fitted skinny jeans in a coated plaid print,
and these trousers from Tommy Hilfiger. I can’t resist a blush pink plaid (if you’re really looking to splurge).
They pair quite neatly with a solid coloured blazer for a more put together look, or a chunky sweater
(my personal fave), you can see how I styled these last year here. The plaid pant can be dressed up or down,
whether it’s for work or school, a plaid pair of trousers are an SS fave of the season!
Thanks for reading…xo
10 responses to “THE PLAID PANT”
This is the perfect fall outfit- gorgeous sweater, plaid, leopard, and a Chanel bag? You nailed it!
Cap and Gown Style
i am obsessed. i have a more muted pair of plaid pants that i adore but these are bold and lovely
ladies in navy
Love your pants so much! I love how you paired them with leopard shoes- looks great!
You could not have put together a more gorgeous, classic look! The peplum sweater is such a sweet touch to those striking plaid pants. Wishing it was cool enough down here to sport this! 🙂
gorgeous look! x
dipped in yellow
I so love these pants. I am so sad I didn't snag a pair last year before they were sold out! 🙁
love the pictures. Love the outfit!
Great outfit! The link to last year's post is missing – it would be great to see your other outfit. I've just pulled out my own plaid trousers from the wardrobe, trying to decide wether to dress it up with a cool jacket or down with something chunky and warm. I think the latter will win!
Oops! Fixed it now 🙂 xoxo
This whole ensemble is just wonderful. I love that Ted Baker sweater so much, and I love that you've paired leopard with the plaid – it works so well!