How to Wear Plaid

February 17th, 2016

Plaid Shirt 5 Ways Featured

I get teased a little bit for how often I rock a shirt like this but you know what? I know how to wear plaid! I style it with skirts and denim and sweaters and heels. I wear plaid to work, to church and even on date nights. So I thought I’d make a little video on how to wear plaid in case you need some inspiration for your wardrobe. 

Watch my new #RachWear video below to see all the ideas and then scroll down for details. Want more outfit inspiration? Head on over to Instagram and check out the hashtag #RachWear for all of my favorites!

 

Plaid Shirt with Vest and Boots

How to wear plaid with a vest – Make your own “tall socks” using my hack in the video. Then style them with tall boots, a great vest and your favorite plaid shirt. I also love a great necklace as a fun accessory. 

Plaid Shirt with Bless Sweatshirt

How to wear plaid under a sweatshirt – Roll your denim at the bottom to show a little skin above your booties. Add a great sweatshirt over the top and be sure and roll the sleeves a bit and pop the collar. 

Plaid Shirt Tucked into Boyfriend Jeans with Heels

How to wear plaid with boyfriend jeans – I love this look for date night! Roll your boyfriend jeans and rock with a great pair of pumps. I like a half tuck for a more casual look (I do live in LA after all) and then I add a great necklace and my favorite watch to complete the look.

Plaid Shirt with Layers

How to wear plaid with a jean jacket – I love a layered look and I adore mixing and matching my prints. For this look I went with fun animal print flats, a grandma sweater with pops of neon and my favorite jean jacket.

Plaid Shirt Dressed Up

How to wear plaid with a ball skirt – Who says you can’t make plaid fancy? Certainly not me! I tuck my plaid down inside my favorite skirt (make sure and pull it from underneath so it doesn’t bunch) and pair it with some great pumps

Want to see my favorite go-to “mom outfits”? Check these out.

Need some tips on styling your blanket scarf? Try this!

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