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Wednesday, 18 September 2013

How to wear...Tartan.

Okay, so this is going to be a new thing I am doing. A lot of the time I see a type of clothing - such as tartan, or kimonos, or Chelsea boots, and proceed to day-dream about the different ways one would wear them. So this was born. Obviously, I'm not the only person who does posts like this, it's quite a common thing in the blogging world, but this is my interpretation, so here we go :)


How to wear...a tartan shirt.
How to wear a tartan....shirt


A tartan shirt is something I imagine quite a few of us already have in our wardrobes. I love a checked shirt, ooh I do. I have a few, but my boyfriend has TONS and I plan on stealing them from him...(S, if you're reading this, you won't notice they're gone, I promise xD)
Normally I wear tartan shirts open, with a vest, jeans and converses, but if you wanted to dress it up a bit more, or go a bit grunge - a la the fashion this season, wearing it with big boots and a beanie is a sure hit. I like the thought of wearing it tucked into a pair of shorts like this, but if you're like me and don't have the confidence to wear shorts like that, it'd look good tucked into a black skater skirt too.

How to wear...a tartan skirt.
How to wear a tartan....skirt


Can you see a theme emerging? Yes, I think tartan looks best with black. A tartan skirt is top on my wishlist as the weather draws colder...expect a lot of tartan actually. I think a cropped band tee would look good showing the tiniest bit of skin, with big black boots and a massive coat to keep you warm in these frigid months. A fur-lined coat will probably be my coat of choice this year, the collar on this one is especially cute.

How to wear....a tartan dress.
How to wear a tartan....dress

I know some may think a tartan dress is going TOO FAR with the tartan trend, but I happen to think it's cute. Plus, it's £18 from New Look, and for that price you can't really go wrong. Perfect for a dinner date or drinks with friends, dressing it up with a kimono and jewelry will soften the look and make it look less grungy. Alternatively, wearing it with tights and converses would also make it a great daytime look, and is probably a look I'll be wearing in lectures.
So there we have it. That's the ways I would wear tartan. What do you think of my choices, and what would you choose? 
To see any of the individual pieces, click on the picture and it'll lead you to the Polyvore page where you can find all the links you need
Kx

1 comment:

  1. I love the new tartan trend but found it so difficult to incorporate into my style!
    I love this post though - I'm pretty sure there are ways for everyone to add it in!
    Keep in touch :)
    Andrea
    www.lanouvellenoire.com xxx

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