Tis’ the season to dress up. December is here and with it, so it the party season. December is that time of the year when everyone is throwing parties, winding down the year that has past and winding up to kick-start the New Year. A winter favourite, when it comes to fashion is PLAID – shirts, dresses, scarves and jackets are a winter fashion staple.

If you’re planning on hitting the shops for winter shopping spree, then plaid is something that you should definitely add to your list. If you want to know how you can style plaid in unique way here’s some stylesperation for you!


  1. Plaid Blazers: The time is right to bring out all your jackets and blazer. It’s the right weather for layering your outfits. A plaid blazer looks stylish and is perfect to be worn over dresses, skirts and pants. It’s the perfect attire for an office meeting or even for formal dinner. You can pair it with a casual dress and wear for a day out too. Check out the look book I’ve put together for this!


  1. Plaid Shirt: Plaid shirts are a classic piece that everyone should have in their wardrobe. You don’t need winter to style this one. You can throw a plaid shirt over a basic tee or wear it by itself over a pair of fitted jeans. A plaid shirt gives you a smart and chic look.




  1. Plaid pants and skirts: It’s a common misconception that plaid pants are only good for formal wear. You can pair of plaid pants with a t-shirt, a plain shirt or even a party top. They can worn casually for day out or even for the numerous parties that you will be attending this month. Plaid skirts on the other hand are a classic too. Style them with a fitted shirt if you want to go for the schoolgirl look or with a basic tee and ankle boots for a more casual wintery look.


Some other ways in which you can style plaid are, with scarves, knee length socks or with accessories like bags. December is the time when you need to be on top of your fashion  game and you just can’t do that without plaid.












Outfit Details (Blazer, Pants, Boots, Shirt): Zara India