Say goodbye to floral or animal print motives this spring and you can walk into the nearest Plato’s closet locations from your home to start investing your dress with tartan or plaid and gingham motifs that have been approved by the world’s designers as a warm trend in the spring of this year. Starting from Diane Von Furstenberg, to Marc Jacobs, some of the following runway shades give lessons for high-fashion looks with checkered motifs.
Two Colors Combination
Take inspiration from Blake Lively when she appeared on her latest movie tour in New York City some time ago. Blake wore a plaid coat from Marc Jacobs, who performed differently in two colors. The two-color alloy for plaid motif also appeared on the runway Karen Walker’s Spring collection as well as Altuzarra.
Plaid motifs do not always seem heavy and full, one of which is proved by actress Julianne Hough who look sexy with a dress made from dreamy or sheer a few months ago. Plaid motifs on a dreamy cloth, which you can find in any Plato’s closet locations, are also present in Michael Kors spring fashion show decorated with feminine floral textures.
The motif is identical to the theme of the picnic; in this year it actually makes you look more fashionable. The world runway features gingham in Diane von Furstenberg’s collection; which combines with floral and Oscar de la Renta through the size of large motifs and pastel colors.
Give a curve to the rigid impression motif by adding a belt or strap at the waist, which gives the impression of feminine, for example, as seen in the collection of Michael Kors or Altuzarra as well as in Plato’s closet locations. Zendaya, an actress, also applied the same trick to his performance some time ago.