Different Ways To Wear Plaid Shirt

People ask me what differs me from other bloggers, well, the fact that I get bored very easily. :p I can’t stick to one style for long. I love experimenting with the way I dress up. Sometimes it’s a win-win… Sometimes I fail. In this blog post as well, I have tried to showcase how you can wear Plaid Shirt in two ways!!

About Plaid

It’s a piece of cloth made with a Tartan Pattern. Tartan is basically a pattern created with the help of criss-cross horizontal & vertical bands in various colors.
A few weeks back I did a Post on how to wear stripes. I believe Plaids are the safest way to overcome the dilemma of wearing vertical or horizontal stripes. Plaids basically hide your variations. For this post I opted for a long plaid shirt, let me tell you advantages of shirts like these:
  • It is longer at the back and shorter at the front; more depth at the front makes your stomach looks flatter
  • This shirt is not body hugging and has a downward flow; hence the viewer eyes will automatically roll downwards.

First Look: Saturday Night Party Look

I have paired up my Plaid shirt with regular denim shorts. I opted for Smokey Eyes, as I wanted to create a party look. Half in-half out shirts are so in these days, wanted to give it a try. I wore gladiators, as I don’t like wearing heels when I’m dancing.
To make it look casual, you can definitely wear this shirt with a pair of carrot jeans as well. For a casual day out with friends, you can opt for a Pony tail/high bun, depending on your mood and weather conditions.
Carry a backpack and you are ready!!

Second Look: Ethnic Look


I wanted to create an Indian Ethnic look, which turned out bit Boho. I’m wearing my Plaid Shirt as a Kurti, paired up with a Patiala Salwar, which I borrowed from my mom. I love how this purple shirt complimented this bright yellow shade of the salwar. Adding a bindi, and loads of accessories to any indian outfit is my favorite thing to do.

Adding a bindi, and loads of accessories to any Indian outfit is my favorite thing to do. Wore these Silver Kolhapuris to complete the look. Not to forget the eye makeup here, shimmer blue eyes took away the limelight, isn’t it?

All the products used here were from MyGlamm, which were super pigmented and definitely a must try.

Shirt: SmartyPants

Jewelry: Janpath

Gladiators & Kolhapuri: Westside

I hope you like these two looks I created with the help of Plaid Shirt.

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