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Fashionista NOW: 5 Cool Ways To Style Plaid Pants Fashion Inspiration

Credit | Gina Vadana

Bored of plaid shirts and skirts? Welcome plaid pants and give your tartan-inspired wardrobe a much needed reboot.

Plaid shirts, skirts and dresses have all been raved about as they make a comeback into the wardrobe of today’s fashion-savvy. Channeling the 90s style as fueled by the grunge trend, plaid has been modernized and streamlined to appeal to the masses of chic dressers.

Whether you are still mad for plaid or have just had about enough of the sudden influx of the tartan style persuasion, there is no denying of the sheer diversity that the classic motif has inspired in the clothing department. It is one of those unisex patterns that is embraced by both genders and fashion designers are having a ball with it for their Fall/Winter 2014 collections.

One thing that is true, plaid flannels are just everywhere these days that their innovative use as a waist accessory of sort on edgy grungy ensembles have taken on a fashion meme of its own. I’m ready for a different take to the plaid trend and this time, it involves pants.

Tartan pants don’t seem to get much spotlight but if you fancy a fresh and updated way to wearing plaid, then find pants of any silhouette that carry the print and wear it fabulously.

Wonder how to rock plaid pants and make a chic tartan statement with your wardrobe? As always, to the rounded up fashion imagery below for a quick fashion fix:

plaid pants – Nasty Gal | Lia Siouti

Plaid on a pair of jogger-style pants are worth investing. Comfortable and also on trend? Give both categories a check!

plaid pants – Casual Friday | Didi Ibarra Rake

For a dressy look, find tartan pants that give your legs a proper hug in a cropped styling. Wear with a white button-down shirt and a men-inspired vest for a dose of the androgyny.

high-waisted plaid pants – Cooperative | Janne B.

Slouchy is the celebrated shape of the year. Loose-fitting pants rendered in classic tartan can be dressed up or down depending on what you choose to wear waist up and in the footwear department. The chic outfit iteration by Jane is made possible with a combination of a relaxed button-down blouse and a pair of cutout booties.

plaid pants – Christina Caradona

A more casual look can be achieved by wearing a tee or a tank with the statement making pants. Amp up the chic factor by topping it up with a leather jacket and fuss-free flat shoes.

plaid pants – Blue Boutique | Daniela Ramirez

Wear your plaid pants to the work place or a formal gala by teaming them with a slouchy white blouse. For structure and definition, layer with a black blazer and slinky ankle wrap heels.

More plaid-tastic outfit ideas featuring the patterned pants:

At The Library

| creative set designed by Claudia

Plaid Pants + Pixel Flats

| creative set designed by Alz Junkyard

Untitled #782

| creative set designed by Margot

It Feels Like a Perfect Night To Dress Up Like Hipsters

| creative set designed by sverdesca

A table and a girl

| creative set designed by Tal

Are you obsessed with the plaid fashion trend? How do you keep your tartan look fresh this season? Own any plaid pants? Crave for a pair or two? If so, how do you style them? Share everything below and let us know!

“Find your own style. Don’t spend your savings trying to be someone else. You’re not more important, smarter, or prettier because you wear a designer dress.”Salma Hayek

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