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How to Style: Check & Tartan Print

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If there is one print that is dominating this season, it’s check. This season you will find check everywhere from trousers, outerwear, and accessories.
The great thing about this trend is that it can be worn and incorporated into nearly any preferred style as the main eye-catching or supporting interest piece. Here are some of our favourite ways to wear the trend. 

As Outerwear

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The check coat/jacket is probably the most popular item from the trend so far. Likely as it is just so easy to style! Throw a check jacket or coat over a pair of denim pants and a tee and you’re good to go.

Steal this look:

1. Quilted PU Trim Jacket | $59.99
2. Distressed Jeggings | $9.99
3. Boat Neck Short Sleeve Jumper | $19.99


Pair With Colour

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The check print has been popular more recently in lighter hues like grey, blues and with black stripes. This makes it easy to pair with a pop of colour like yellow or red that will really take your outfit to the next level.

Steal this look:

1. Check Cropped Pants | $29.99 
2. Soft Button Through Jacket | $49.99
3. V Neck Top | $12.99


Tartan Dress

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A checked dress can be a fantastic layering piece for the colder months. Pair with a dark cardigan, blazer, tights, and boots for a chic and effortless look.

Steal this look:


1. Check Dress | $29.99
2. Edge to Edge Black Cardigan | $59.99


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A pair of checker pants is enough to make a statement on their own. So, all you need is a simple tee, blouse or an oversized sweater and you’re good to go! 

Steal this Look:

1. Ribbed Polo Neck Knit Top | $19.99
2. Check Culottes | $24.99

A little bit 90’s but a whole lotta chic, the check print is one of the biggest trends this autumn-winter season.  The check trend is a classic and for good reason. A check skirt or trousers with a plain blouse is a good start but also don’t be afraid to mix and match! 

 What are some of your favourite ways to style the check trend?