Plaid is having quite a moment this fall, and I’ve decided I’m way on board with this: there’s no more versatile print (except for stripes) and you can get up to all sorts of matchy-clashy fun with it. This shirt probably should have been in my Houndstooth post, but alas, I did not discover it in time.
I love the nubby texture of this scarf.
And the yellow accents on this blazer are really good.
This skirt is so much of what I want in a skirt: a straight silhouette with a little bit of give, and an easy, wearable print.
The sleeves on this silk shirt are so excellently slouchy.
A fun take on the moto jacket: I’d wear it with a black-and-white striped tee underneath.
The kind of blazer you can throw on with the most boring ensemble and totally feel like you’ve created a look.
The print on this coat is so small that you could pair it with any other pattern, really.
A pretty, feminine take on the plaid top.
A very well-priced blazer.
The pairing here of the bomber shape and the tie-neck is so inspired.
Just a good, menswear-inspired coat.
I do love a windowpane plaid, I think because the first big fashion purchase I ever made for myself was an Anna Sui windowpane plaid miniskirt suit in about 1989.
I like the frayed hem on this shirt, and the cool color combination.
I showed you the pinstripe version on this Nili Lotan blazer last week, but the plaid is too good not to share as well.
A perfect coat for kicking around on the weekend.
And this trench couldn’t be a whole lot more classic.
A pair of perfectly snappy trousers that I’d wear with pointy-toed ankle boots and a big red turtleneck.
The cut of this dress is flowy and sweet, but also appealingly clean-lined.