STYLE GUIDE| PLAID DEBUTS IN NY FASHION WEEK

September 14, 2009 The Unbiased Writer

FASHION L.A.M.B. SPRING 2010

Plaid is back and here to stay according to most fashion critics. Making several appearances down the runway in New York Fashion Week, designers such a Gwen Stefani (L.A.M.B.) and Nicholas K. incorporated several plaid pieces in their new collections. Inspired by the flannel shirts of the early 90’s, the plaid shirt can be worn with a simple pair of jeans from your closet.  Usually untucked and with the sleeves rolled up for a more casual unkempt feel, the shirt can be worn any way you want to match the style and look you’re going for. What do you think? We presented the facts, what’s your conclusion?


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9 thoughts on “STYLE GUIDE| PLAID DEBUTS IN NY FASHION WEEK

  1. christina

    I was wondering what was going on…its crazy how stlye fadeds out and comes back in….my guess is that plaid is here to stay!

  2. J.tini

    Plaid is always good but not when EVERYONE is wearing it I need to see it in a different way then I will approve on someone else, but for me I will always find a way 😛

  3. S.

    Plaid is not something I think is ever in or out, it just depends on how it is worn. I’m not trying to see everyone walking around with a damn flannel/plaid shirt on thinking they are fly lmao! Lets see how this one turns out.

  4. Ms.Lee

    Plaid never really went out of style. Even though I do not wear plaid that often, I like to see it incorporated in girlie outfits.

  5. Mythoughts

    It’s interesting to watch how the latest trends in fashion can put a new spin on an old wardrobe staple like Plaid. Next time the designer might want to use models that dont look like anorexic zombies.

  6. J.tini

    Yea that was the first thing that came to my mind Damn she really wanted to save money thin models and plaid fabric, recessions at its best 😀

  7. purr

    You mean it’s official? We can wear plaid? Oh my goodness! What would I have done without the fickle finger of fashion? What’s next? Swiss dot?

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