In fall and winter, plaid naturally comes back as trend. But this pattern is heavily worn as an outerwear – coat or jacket. And yet, even if you may love to put on a hooded tartan coat outdoor in winter, you most probably don´t wear it to work. The reason is simple; a plaid coat is rarely work-appropriate.
But how do you wear plaid to work? Can the tartan pattern actually look smart enough for the office? When I saw these plaid A-line skirts, my answer is “yes”. The plaid patterns are professional-looking and because the the skirts have an A-line silhouette, they´re elegant.
Navy Multi Plaid A-Line Skirt
This gorgeous plaid A-line skirt has a subtle feminine flare from the waist. It also features mock buttons on front sides which give the look a touch of freshness. Partner it with a desk-to-date luxurious silk blouse and black pumps for an effortless chic, work-smart result.
Tartan A-line Skirt
This hunter green/multi plaid A-line skirt is a great alternative to the power pencil skirt. It´s as smart as the pencil but it has an element of feminine elegance. At first glance, this plaid knee-length skirt actually looks like a pencil skirt, but once you stand on one foot, the skirt´s flare becomes emphasized.
Although it looks work-ready with a simple white button-shirt, why not try it with a pastel ruffle-sleeve blouse?
Plaid Zip A-line Skirt
While it´s safer to go with dark plaid, you can also put your hands on a brighter, ´lil bolder plaid to work. Try this black/lacquer patttern with a black blouse, black pumps and black handbag for serious look with just a touch of color, or partner it with a white top for a lighter, cleaner ensemble.
What do you think of plaid pattern? Will you wear any of these A-line skirts to the office?