Fashion trend – mad for plaid….

coat H&M old similar here and here / pants amisu old similar here / bag Longchamp Le Pliage size M / heels H&M old similar here / blouse H&M sold out similar here, here and here / lips Fever from the Balmain x L´oréal / earrings


Hi guys,

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as much as I love fall I am counting down the days until the middle of November and then I am starting to post Christmas content and also decorate my house for Christmas. I also made a list which movies I want to watch this year and boy there are many. 

For this reason I am going to post all the fall looks I have syled this and next week so I can go straight into festive outfits and holiday styles. 

So the main topic is plaid. I just love this pattern (almost as much as I love a good flower pattern). Doesn´t matter if it is gingham, glencheck or even a houndstooth print. I think it is very versatile and doesn´t have a “granny” touch at all. It totally has become a staple in fashion througout the years and I wouldn´t wanna miss it at all.

For today´s post I am wearing this plaid coat (in a totally traditional plaid print) I got from H&M about 6 or 7 years ago and what can I say it came back into stores this year. Not the same but pretty similar. 

I paired it with this orange blouse to add some color. The orange is also in the coat so this matches pretty well. I choose to wear my olive pair of cargo pants with the orange top. Cargo pants are all over blogs these days and I am owning this pair for such a long time now and it is still trendy or again. Maybe you shouldn´t be a clothing hoarder like I am but I think you get my point here. Fashion rotates which means everything is coming back in style sooner or later. 
To complete the look I added my Longchamp Le Pliage in a khaki shade and a pair of heels covered in a tortoiseshell pattern. 

I hope the week is running fast cause we are going tree shopping on Saturday. Horray.

Thanks for stopping by. Take care. See you.

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