One Plaid Suit, 5 Days of Outfits
Our best-selling plaid suit is back—and dare we say, more fun than ever? Here’s how to style it for the busy week ahead.
Don’t worry, this isn’t your car salesman’s plaid suit. This is a suit made for women who want to command the room—and have a little fun while doing it. And because this suit reads like a neutral, it‘s as easy to wear as any black, gray, or navy suit you already have hanging in your closet. Not to mention, broken up, the pieces make a statement all on their own, so you don’t have to wear the whole suit all at once. Need some visuals? We got you.
Below, our stylist Sam shows us the plaid suit 5 different ways and creates an entire week of outfits.
And Sam’s plan to wear a suit for the entire week is one surefire way to make sure she at least looks like she’s got her shit together.
She crawled out from the weekend in the Cobble Hill skirt and the Deneuve top in Oxford Blue—an outfit so polished, no one will suspect she spent all of Saturday covered in plaster dust from her kitchen renovation. Goodbye Chip and Joanna role-play, hello suit-Sam.
“I love this look because the draping in the top is so lady-like, but it required no effort on my part,” she says. “The drape stays in place all day, so there’s no fussing and definitely no fashion emergencies. Plus, I love the subtlety that remains even when mixing a color with a print.”
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Sam’s take: “Most mornings, I wake up early to make green juice and prep my lunch, but when I want the extra zzz’s, the Aditi pretty much lets me have it all—juice, lunch, flawless outfit, and I’m still on time for work!”
Nyjerah is the Brand Stylist at M.M.LaFleur and is a lover of all things style related. Her wardrobe motto is simple: take risks, and wear them well.See more of their styling