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Fashionista NOW: Plaid Pant Styles To Make Part Of Your OOTD

The latest plaid pants are about the sleekest trouser style to wear this season. Find them in your favorite shapes so you can slay your OOTD game with flair.

Plaid pants in 2014 were loud and in-your-face made to look unmistakably plaid from afar so you know you’ll be making a visual slash with a pair of your pants. The latest plaid pants that are coveted by the street style bloggers from across the globe are muted in comparison, with very uber slim lines that from afar the print may appear as anything.

It is versatile in the way that both genders can wear it the way stripes hold similar appeal. Those who prefer prints or patterns on clothing to look barely there to go with minimalistic outfit styles they’re obsessed with will find something to love about these pants.

In the shelves of online boutiques selling trendy clothing, you may find that the plaid motif is on pants in various constructions. From the high-waisted tapered pants your grandpa might have worn to the leg-enveloping leggings perfect for cold weather, there will be no shortage of plaid pants to add into your repertoire.

To help you kill the style game in plaid pants, I let these looks do the talking as you load up on some fresh fashion inspo. Enjoy!


Which plaid plants and look would you love to sport? Share below – I’d love to know!

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