Mad For Plaid: Plaid Wedding Fashions
Nothing says Fall quite like the rich, warm hues of a classic tartan. We love the bold patterns that weave in the colors of the season – everything from vibrant oranges, burnished coppers and golds to deep greens and rich reds.
The vast array of colors, tones and shades found in so many plaid prints offer unlimited ways to use this effortlessly cool and classic pattern – from shoes and wraps for the bride to fashion for the groom.
First up, take a look at these playful Isaac Mizrahi “Fabola” flats. Picture these peeping out from underneath a crisp white gown to add a sweet touch of whimsy and color to your look while probably keeping you pretty comfy, too!
Or these gorgeous loafers from ModCloth, appropriately dubbed the “Walking Down the Isle” flat.
Looking for a little more lift? Check out these Cole Haan heels in bold red, blue and black plaid.
A bold wrap or scarf can also make a big statement. We found a few options like these three from David & Young. These acrylic scarves in the traditional tones of red, green and brown have a pop of surprise with a subtle shimmery thread woven throughout.
Or go for wrap like this bright red vintage pattern stunner from ModCloth.
If the traditional hues of red and green aren’t for you, try some neutral options like this luxurious cashmere scarf from Terrain.
Or, of course, any post about plaid would be remiss if it didn’t include the quintessential plaid – Burberry’s iconic nova check.
For The Groom
There are also some really subtle ways you can bring plaid in for him, too. Jack Spade has some fabulous, and affordable, finds like these plaid ties, bowties and this stunning, but subtle, jacket.
Groomsmen gifts anyone? Check out these simple, sleek plaid wallets and accessories, also from Jack Spade.
Sources – all photos and styles are courtesy from the following: shoe one: Nordstroms / shoe two: ModCloth / shoe three: Nordstroms / wrap one: Macy’s / wrap two: ModCloth / wrap three: Terrain / wrap four: Nordstroms / ties & bow tie, jacket and accessories: Jack Spade