There's really not a more quintessential and stylish shirt on a man than that of one that is made from a checkered plaid. Think about it for just a bit. Have you never NOT seen a man look super good in it? It goes with literally everything and looks darn good with a well-fitted pair of blue jeans. So we thought it deserved yet another style spotlight and nod today from us and our plaid-loving peeps over here at Strunway. So keep on reading all the way down to the end of this post, for we're going to tell you how to get the absolute most out of the plaid in your closet's zone so you, too, can be ... plaid to the bone.
So the first step in getting into the plaid to the bone closet zone is to decide how you want your plaid shirt to be shown. Meaning, do you want it to look all sorts of "casually", with a haphazardly rolled-up sleeve? That's definitely how we would prefer to wear our 3 Color Plaid Shirts; which is more than obvious and evident if you just look to today's many post pics. But that's not to say that we don't like it styled another way, like, buttoned all the way up with a tweed suit or jacket. But back to the rolled-up sleeve, 'cause we tend to like rolling up everything, including a Dark Navy Straight Fit Jean. Soo sleek, don't you think?
And to carry on (and round out) the theme of our plaid shirt looking all "casually," we want you to be aware of just which Strunway accessories you should pair with said checkered shirt when you wear it on the style street out there, for sure. Take our Casual Leather Brown Bag that just so happens to look oh so good with our shirt of plaid. And could amply fit more plaid shirts for you to in-the-future purchase, too. Or a Crocodile Pattern Leather Belt to keep your denim'd legs looking svelte down to your toes and our Navy Tassel Shoes a la boat. So, yeah. That is how to be 'in the zone' we call plaid to the bone.