Red, green, yellow checks: here are some ideas for tartan themed looks
Tartan is one of those fantasies that is immediately associated with Christmas, dinners, family holidays. Alternatively, it is identified with the grunge style, or even with the classic kilt. However, there is a way to wear tartan with style even without necessarily having to fit into these categories. Let's see some ideas for you together.
Tartan mania, how to combine tartan with style: the shirt
The plaid shirt can also be worn in the city, as long as you make it casual and play it down. How to do? Well, the simplest way is to wear it under a vest or a pullover, depending on how much you want to cover it. To make it less country as possible, avoid denim: try a neo cigarette trousers or cropped trousers instead. The effect will be much more glam.
Tartan mania, how to combine tartan with style: the dress
If you want to make it super wearable, put on a blazer and top it all off with a pair of boots and super opaque socks. You will get a look of sure effect!
Tartan mania, how to combine tartan with style: trousers
I love them! Wear them with a lace-up shoe, with a white shirt and sweater that maybe takes up one of the colors of the paintings. The same suggestion also applies to accessories: for shoes and bags, pick up one of the colors of the fantasy. If it's just not possible or it's too forced, black will always do just fine.
Tartan mania, how to combine tartan with style: not just red
Think that in ancient times, in Scotland, land of tartan, the color that was chosen for the paintings was indicative of the clan to which one belonged. So tartan exists in many different shades, not just red! Also in other shades, such as sage green, blue, yellow, or even pink. In short, to each his own tartan!
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