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Plaid was just a lum­ber­jack’s sta­ple in the 1850s, but by the 1970s, it was re­flec­tive of rus­tic fash­ion and a devil-may-care at­ti­tude. In the 1990s, it be­came the un­of­fi­cial sym­bol of the grunge move­ment. The pat­tern has come a long way and this sea­son, it was spot­ted on the run­ways of Chloé, La­coste and Ba­len­ci­aga. For a twist on the look, take your cue from Tory Burch and match a pair of check­ered pants with a bright-coloured top.

La­coste Bot­tega Veneta Chloé Stella McCart­ney Tome

Tory Burch

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