Recently I found out that the word “plaid” used to be the word “blanket” in the celtic language and it was referring to a large length of material. It was worn mostly over the shoulders as a protection against the “highland’s cold.”
The real word for “plaid” is“tartan”. In many countries today, the pattern of interlocking stripes called a tartan is often mistakenly known as “plaid.”
So, trying to protect myself from the cold I wore a “tartan cape” combined with a “pied de poule” culotte.
How I love the colors of this season! Don’t you?
Hope you’ll have a wonderful week and don’t forget to live every moment with passion!
Tartan (plaid) Cape – River Island
“Pied de poule” Culotte – Denny Rose ( Wild Side by Meli )
Shirt – Denny Rose ( old collection )
Pumps – Boohoo ( I like these ones too from Net-a-Porter Lucy Choi London )
Photos by Panos Konios