Click through now for inspirational plaid-dominated outfits– envy encouraged.
Sara Escudero of Collage Vintage
Anh Sundstrom of 9to5Chic
Looking for a way to wear plaid and not look grungy? Try pairing Equipment's Roland Glen Plaid Printed Liam Pocket Tee ($198) with Zara’s Denim Pencil Skirt ($60) for an on-trend and office-appropriate look.
Zina Charkoplia of Fashionvibe
Floral and plaid? Sounds scary, but the street style muse made the combination work by pairing a pretty Zara dress with a H&M plaid shirt around her waist, then added a little luxury via her Chanel bag and Balenciaga boots.
Lucy Williams of Fashion Me Now
For a cool girl look, take a note from Williams and pair an oversized blazer with a cozy sweater and Allsaints' Mini Split Lucille Skirt ($330).
Tash Sefton of TheyAllHateUs
If you'd like to add some attitude to your look, try pairing two bold prints: plaid and leopard.
Lizzy Van Der Ligt of Heart To Get
A fitted plaid blazer by Rare London adds a preppy touch to Van Der Ligt’s Levi’s blouse and otherwise Western-inspired look.
A bold plaid skirt goes the extra mile with an oversized furry coat.
Irina Lakicevic of A Portable Package
To really step up your game this season, try mixing two plaid patterns. We love this O’2ND Blue Scottie Check Jumper ($337) as a layering option.
Chriselle Lim of The Chriselle Factor
Sometimes you just have to go for it. Case in point: A plaid-on-plaid suit. We love this polished, tomboy take on plaid.
Madewell Fall 2013 Wildly Simple Campaign
Take a page from Madewell's lookbook and double up on plaid with the brand’s All-Weather Plaid Coat ($198) and Openweave Scarf ($58) in Bright Berry. The duo looks particularly genus styled with a Western Jean Shirt ($88) and Rivet & Thread Worker Jeans ($185).