If there is a trend that when in autumn in Brazil, it appears, always transiting between the rebel to chic, is the plaid. The print can be checkered, bicolor, colored, with stripes, or the traditional Tartan (worn by English punks and on kilts from the Scottish).
For Camila Coelho’s look, the checkered red background with blue and black lines gives more attitude to the style. In addition to the prints, notice that the leather belt made all the difference for the look. It gave shape and a rocker sense to the look combined with her black purse and sandals.
Guess which was one of the most favorite prints of international stylists? The plaid! With so many references, we can see different options which we found on leading brands.
Chanel showed a bicolor proposal with red background and traits in black. Notice the detail of the plaid application in black and white on this jacket. Now, Grandi’s Atelier best bet was color, but with a mix of with dark background tones and light lines. So chic!
With a more young interpretation of the print, Paul and Joe showed off a chemisier (kind of a long shirt) with the checkered in a blurred effect in red, white and black.
On the other hand, Emilia Wickstead presented an opposite version. Mixed two prints with traces marked in gray and yellow for the coat and blue and light pink for the dress. Super stylish!
The universe of street style and celebrities are a full plate to inspire us. Mira Duma showed a modern look, cool and lady like with the traditional Tartan with red background for the blouse and matched it with a brown skirt and clear pointy stilettos. Jessica Alba mixed plaid with animal print! Boldness and creativity are everything!
Check out the Tartan on the catwalk! This time, Moschino created an aristocratic sense and applied the print on a blazer and a handbag.
Tommy Hilfiger showed a more discreet version in burgundy and white tones in a collegial style, the face of the brand. As we have seen, this is a pattern to suit all tastes! What about you? Have you chosen your plaid style? Tell me everything!
XoXo, Alice Ferraz