Continuing Fall Coat Week with a more in depth look at plaid coats. The nature of the plaid pattern alone presents such versatility to any outfit, making it one of the most fun patterns to style. With plaid outerwear in particular, depending on the silhouette of the coat, and the color and scale of the plaid, each piece can read anywhere from subtle, to feminine, to more masculine. I’ve always loved an unexpected plaid at an unexpected time, and this season more than ever, I am seeing so many interesting choices to choose from. See below for ten examples that range from punk to prep, and lumberjack to ladylike. From cropped, to mid, to long lengths, and with toggle, belt, or button closures, there are plaid coats available this season for every occasion! See some of my past favorite plaid looks here, here and here!
one // Love the warm pops and punk vibe this plaid overcoat exudes.
two // The deeper tones and larger pattern would normally put this plaid coat in the dressed up category, but the pink pop pulls it back to a more fun and wearable place.
three // A subtle glen plaid and a long, double-breasted silhouette give this coat a permanent position in any closet. And, it’s under $140!
four // The oversized silhouette along with quilted fill and a white grounded plaid make this coat a peak performer for high winter.
five // A hooded and toggled number with a pink and white plaid. Too darling.
six // A classic buffalo check option with drop shoulders to dress down for those cool and casual nights out.
seven // Black and dark grey together rarely misses the mark, especially in a perfect pattern and car coat silhouette.
eight // This boxy black watch plaid coat with motorcycle-inspired zippers is beautiful and badass at the same time!
nine // A retro tan and orange number to give you that 70s mod vibe. Perfect with a midi and tights.
ten // Adore the colors and plaid pattern in this long coat so much that I just bought it myself!. Amazing back to black or blue denim and an easy solid sweater.