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Fashionista NOW: How To Wear Monochrome Black And White Plaid?

Credit | Toshiko S.

The monochrome trend isn’t going anywhere so why not ride the wave with the ever wearable black and white plaid? Style ideas to follow.

Washed-out plaids are said to be an upcoming spring trend so the whole collection you own from years back will have its moment in the sun.

For others who are plaid-shy, especially when it comes in a mix of colors, why not aim straight for the wearable black and white variety? The monochrome-obsessed will definitely nod to this one. With its maximum wearability, the best thing is that it will be the versatile staple to rely on for years to come.

If you’re already a complete and utter hoarder of all things plaid, the season’s washed out ones will definitely be within reach as you can grab a few from your own arsenal and give them all an elevated look in your 2016 wardrobe.

Need a guide on the cool ways you can style up your monochrome plaid? Look to the ever fashionable species down below and enjoy!

Ways To Style Your Monochrome Black + White Plaid

Long Plaid Vest

| Cecilia H.

Plaid Culottes + Scarf

| Dora D.

Plaid Blanket Scarf

| Florencia R.

Plaid Shirt

| Fashionella

Plaid Skirt

| Kat Tea.

Plaid Coat

| Nga Wendy

Plaid Shirt

| Tiffany Wang

Plaid Flannel Shirt

| Mickylene Delgado

Do you like any of the looks above? Share your favorites down below.

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