Tired of tartan shirts but not exactly done with the tartan fashion trend yet? Experiment with different types of tartan skirts instead!
From mini to maxi and everything in between, you’ll find an update to your wardrobe in the way of tartan skirts a peculiarly exciting affair.
Tartan lovers, fanatics and and seasonal supporters alike: here’s a serious question. Have you ever called anything ‘tartan’ interchangeably with ‘plaid’? The shocking news is that you’ve got it all mixed up!
Let me summarize what The Dainty Dolls House’s blog post had said in extensive:
Plaid is a certain kind of garment. Tartan is the actual pattern on the garment.
That should set everything straight and if you’d like to dive in more into the specifics, just head on to: Is it plaid or is it tartan?
Bye Tartan Shirts, Hello Tartan Skirts
If you’re about up to your nose with the tartan shirts and how they’re being used as waist accessory and a sort of faux from-the-posterior skirt, why not just sport skirts in tartan instead?
They come in various shapes and lengths. They’re in without being in-your-face like tartan shirts and they will still be fresh and relevant for seasons to come.
With the midi, pencil cut and full-flared out skirt trends having an extended fashion moment, we present to you a roundup of our favorite lookbookers all rad clad in their tartan skirts featuring these styles.
As always, gain an insight or two on how to wear tartan skirts with effortless style by scrolling down below:
♥ full circle tartan midi skirt – Boohoo
♥ tartan midi skirt – Trigger State
♥ tartan skirt – Pink Martini (Canada)
♥ tartan pencil skirt – Zara
♥ plum tartan midi skirt – YesStyle
♥ tartan skirt – Fairy Farm Factory-Clothing
Well, what do you think? Is your wardrobe having a tartan moment? Do you own a lot of tartan pieces? How do you go about dressing up in tartan? Share below, we’d love to hear from you.
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