Granted, we prefer check shirts to a well-built lumberjack. But even for us women, the plaid shirts are super good – if you style them exciting. In the big styling guide we show you how to combine the classic checked shirt.
We can not avoid checked shirts in autumn and winter. No wonder, because the tops are super comfortable, cuddly soft and easy to combine.
To give you inspiration for your own styling, we have chosen the coolest looks with the checkered classic. Click through the outfits and see how exciting you can combine the check shirt.
Combine check shirt: The most important styling rules
Anyone looking at the looks quickly realizes that a plaid shirt can be styled in many different ways. Classic and casual is the combination of plaid shirt and skinny or bootcut jeans.
It’s winter-proof, if you wear a cuddly fur vest (made of fake fur) over the shirt. Boots make the winter look perfect.
Style break desired: plaid shirt to the elegant skirt
Are you looking for a trendy outfit with a style icon factor? Then combine the check shirt to a feminine tulle skirt. This break in style between rustic top and romantic playful skirt is super exciting and will make for astonished looks.
Even striking statement jewelry goes well with mapped shirts. Just make sure that the colors harmonize with each other. Otherwise, the look quickly becomes too restless. You should be careful with other patterns such as dots, flowers or paisley prints.
Put in pants or wear over: How do I style a check shirt best?
Checkered shirts in lumberjack style are usually a little further cut. You can model your figure and emphasize your waist by loosely tucking the hem of the shirt into your pants or waistband.
Then pull the fabric back up slightly to create a casual look. The sportier version: Wear the checked shirt over a shirt.