Plaid – Monsoon style 

It’s time to welcome the monsoons with some comfortable and breathable clothing. You’d want to try something that’s lightweight and easy to style. Cotton and linen clothes are a good buy in this humid weather. You can even go for chiffon and georgette as they soak the sweat and are very light to carry around. Avoid tight-fitting clothes and go for anti-fit style and flowy fashion.

Plaid has been in style for 3000 years now, be it the unofficial uniform for grunge rock artists or identity for the Scottish clan. 

The best thing about plaid pattern is how well it works for menswear and womenswear too. We see checks (plaid) pattern in almost every silhouette. You’ll find it on tops, skirts, trousers, etc.
This geometric print gives structure to any outfit giving it a bold and strong feel. In today’s time we see lot of variations with Checks and different ways to style it. 
Plaid blended with other fabric textures makes something simple quite dramatic. This top with a black leather jacket would do the same. 

Today I am wearing this full sleeves red plaid top from Leelan. The top is super comfy and chic. I could literally sleep in it. The cotton material makes it just right for the weather . Also, It has an crossover cut at the back which makes it breathable and adds some sexy element. 

I paired it with denim shorts for an everyday look. Checks and denim is an old classic combination which can never go wrong. For some drama I carried a black umbrella. 

I’d love to know your opinion about this look. I hope you enjoyed this blogpost and feel free to share your thoughts about it and stay tuned for more posts on their way.

Outfit Credits – 

 http://leelan.com/ Bandra

Until next time,

   Simran 

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  1. Lovely outfit and you look very cute 💖

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