The tiered style trend that’s been so big all year continues on into the fall. And why not? It’s such an easy way to pull a look together. The plaid tiered shirtdress I’m sharing today shows just how versatile this look can be.
Fall is also the re-emergence of plaid. Suddenly, as the weather turns colder, fashion includes lots of plaid in all things. As for us, the shoppers? We eat it up, right? We all go mad for plaid in autumn, as the saying goes.
The Plaid Tiered Shirtdress
In the plaid department, this dress does not disappoint. While the sleeves are long, which is great for later on, you can cuff them for now for a warm-weather look and feel. The combination of shirtdress and swing dress really works in this dress, too!
Possibly the best feature of the tiered dress style is the swing fit. It’s very forgiving and the loose swing of the skirt puts a little bounce in the step!
I picked up these pink suede loafers in the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale and they were back-ordered until just last week. They are so comfortable and I love the updated lug sole. I choose these shoes as a way to pick up some of the pink in the pattern and to play off the burgundy color as well.
While I like the look, it does feel just a bit school-girlish with the pink loafers. Does it work for me? What do you think?
At this stage of my life, when I’ve decided to wear what I like regardless of age or label, I would wear it like this. Sometimes. However, to change up the vibe, I styled the dress with booties, too, which I would also wear.
Since the return of cooler temps requires more coverage to the toes, I’m also showing the dress with side-split booties.
The poofy bag in taupe is a recent clearance item from Target. I knew I would find ways to add it to outfits, so into my cart it went! One more inexpensive handbag for the collection! lol! Here is a similar pouch bag from Banana Republic Factory on sale.
One of the more interesting details about this plaid pattern is the mix of colors. The burgundy-ish shade (named Red Raisin) is woven with off-white, pink, and a thin strand of turquoise. I love burgundy and turquoise together! So, out came some old necklaces in that shade for fun.
For a little warmth and a dash of color, I would tie a burgundy cropped sweater over the dress. You can see a cute one in the post How To Wear Cropped Sweaters.
For more plaid-spiration, check out some former posts with all things plaid:
- Affordable Plaid Pants and Bow-Tie Blouse Outfit
- Trend Alert: Black Watch Plaid Outfit
- How To Style A Plaid Sweater Dress, Fall to Winter
- Plaid Shirt Outfit in Rust For Autumn
- Buffalo Plaid Shirt Outfit Styled Three Ways
- Plaid Midi Dress and Booties For Fall
Oh, my goodness, there are even more! Haha! I guess it’s true–I really do go mad for plaid in the fall!!
How do YOU style fall plaid?