Different Ways To Wear Plaid This Fall


Hey all and happy Monday! Hope you all are having a fabulous start to your week! This weekend was nothing too crazy, not much happened… definitely nothing to write on here haha!
I love wearing plaid for fall, but I like to find different ways to wear popular prints, beyond what is expected. I am sharing a few different ways that I wore plaid this year, and how you can mix it up as well.


Probably one of my favorite new ways to wear plaid! I always thought (and I’m sure many people do) that the plaids have to match! That you have to be wearing matching pieces in order for it to work… and I am here to show you, YOU DON’T!
This blazer was owned by my Grandma, and I definitely still wear it every fall! I grabbed this skirt recently and I had no idea how to pair it originally. I was going to do a leather jacket or something along those lines, but I thought that was a bit too obvious! So, I figured mixing plaids would be perfect!

Blazer Vintage | | Skirt Express | | Booties (Tory Burch-old) | | Bag Prada
Necklace c/o Love Always | | Ring Kendra Scott




I love a good dress, especially one with a tie detail! This one was so cute and definitely something I would have worn to work, when I actually had to leave my house for work… as I work from home mostly now.
Instead of just pairing it with heels, I thought it would be fun to pair it with OTK boots. I have had these boots for 3 years and got them for the equivalent of about 20 bucks from Target! They really have held up well, and they pair with so many things!

Dress Cece | | Boots Target | | Bag Nordstrom | | Ring Kendra Scott
Lips MAC (Brave) & Liner (Soar)



This is another one of those outfits where at first I had different plans for wearing it. As I was looking for pieces, I stumbled on this jacket from a few years ago, and loved how it brought out the subtle burgundy colors in this skirt.
This skirt is perfect for fall and I love that there is a touch of burgundy in it, to at least give it some pop of color. I went with a black tank and booties, as I figured it would match the best and most seamlessly.

Skirt Ann Taylor | | Jacket (old-linked similar) | | Tank Loft | | Booties (old-BR)
Bag Prada | | Necklace c/o Love Always | | Ring Kendra Scott



This jumpsuit I grabbed while I was in San Francisco. I loved the unique color of it and the fact that it still had a subtle plaid print on it. Although the color does not technically scream fall, I loved that it was not your usual color for this season. I wanted to keep the palette a bit lighter all over, so I threw on this fun pink leather jacket as a nice addition.
I also threw in the pink bag in order to complement the whole look and the entire color palette. Although the colors are a bit more spring, the plaid and leather keep the look working for fall.

Jumpsuit Nordstrom | | Bag Topshop (old- found at Rack in store) | | Coat Blank NYC 
Cuff c/o Julie Vos | | Necklace c/o Love Always | | Bracelets Taudrey & David Yurman
Lips MAC (Brave) & Liner (Soar)

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  1. 10.4.18

    Girl you kill it as ALWAYS. I love plaid.

  2. 10.5.18
    Deborah said:

    I love this! Plaid is my favorite pattern to wear in the Fall!

  3. 10.5.18

    all of these are super cute on you!

  4. 10.5.18

    Love all the options! Looks great styled each way babe!

  5. 10.6.18

    I love all your plaid looks!

  6. 10.8.18
    Whitney said:

    you look so chic in all of these! I would say the red skirt is my favorite! LOVE!

    xo, Whitney

  7. 10.8.18
    Laura said:

    Love all the ways you styled your plaid pieces!! Super cute looks.

    xo, Laura

  8. 10.9.18

    I didn’t think it would be, but my fave is actually the mixed plaids! I think they look really cool paired together.

  9. 10.9.18

    Love how you styled plaids here! Very stylish!!