Outfit Idea: Wear Plaid To Work


Plaid is another hot trend for the fall and winter season, but figuring out how to wear this trend to the office can be a challenge. The key is finding plaid in the right material. In most work environments, flannel is NOT OK. But you are in luck. Retailers and brands are offering plaid in silk and knits for a sleek work appropriate look. I have put together a sample look (with shopping suggestions of course!) to inspire you to crate a plain look that will get you noticed!

The Outfit

Harrison Plaid Washed-Silk Shirt by Equipment

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Merona® Women's Twill Ankle Pant

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International Concepts Smooth Reversible Pant Belt

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Angela & Roi Dark Blue Square Tote

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Bauble Bar Crystal Statement NecklacePlus sign

Topshop Gallop Patent Court Shoes in Hunter Green



Shop the Look

Shirt $258 // Pants $28 // Belt $36 // Bag $148 // Necklace $58 // Shoes $95


I love this shirt by Equipment. From the colors to the ruffle detail on the sleeves, it’s a perfect fit for any work environment. Pair it with classic black ankle pants for a timeless, modern look. If you decided to wear the blouse tucked in, a simple black belt with gold details is a simple solution. For accessories, a dark blue tote and hunter green heels bring out the colors in the blouse. Last but not least a statement necklace gives the outfit edge and sparkle.

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One Comment Add yours

  1. I’m so obsessed with plaid this season! Love this idea of making it ‘work suitable’ and dressing it up!

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