What's neutral in tone, tailored, and checked all over? Every fashion girl this fall. Take one quick gander at the most recent street style shots, and you'll come across an overwhelming amount of Prince of Wales plaid ranging from blazers to full suits to corsets and beyond. If you're shopping for a quick way to look on trend this fall, opting for a fresh plaid styling piece is your best bet.
Here we have broken down the plaid pieces we are loving this fall according to style type. Now we know the five style types ahead—trend-focused, flirty, minimal, classic, and eclectic—are of course not the only personal style types you can identify with, but for the sake of stress-free personalized shopping, we figured it would help you figure out where you fall on the plaid styling spectrum. You'll be pleasantly surprised to see that fall's number one trend can be transformed to suit the most daring of style types even though the print is a classic. You get the best of both worlds with this trend, which is probably why fashion girls can't stop styling plaid with everything they wear. And guess what? You're next.
Go on to shop the best fall plaid pieces according to your style.
Does your style air on the more elegant side of the spectrum? Opt for plaid pieces with ruffled hems, bows, and flattering darting.
When we said this print is all over the place, we meant it. So if it's a forward piece you're searching for, whether that be shoes, a corset, or trendy suit, we've got you covered.
Keeping it simple is never a bad thing, especially when it comes to this subtle pattern. If you are looking to find pieces that you can wear with just about anything, we recommend a good fall coat, tank dress, and maybe even a jumpsuit.
Eclectic girls won't settle for anything less than a statement-making wardrobe, and luckily, this plaid trend will meet you where you're at. Faux-fur–trimmed straps and two-tone ruffles can't beat this booming pattern.
Luckily, this plaid trend is a classic, meaning those of you who prefer timeless heritage pieces like blazers, trousers, and easy-to-wear dresses are still in luck. We know—this fall trend has it all.