Mad for Plaid

Fifty-Two Thursdays

Mad for plaid. The title says it all. There is something about plaid that just makes you want to cozy on up to a warm fire with a cup of yummy hot coco. With temperatures finally cooling off here in LA this may actually be a reality for me. Well maybe not the whole fire place situation, but I definitely will be getting into the holiday spirit by putting on some plaid pj’s and sipping on some hot coco while wrapped in a fuzzy blanky watching a holiday movie.

As fall begins each year I initiate the closet clean out process of moving the summer pieces to the back and the fall/winter pieces up front – which means a lot of plaid. Plaid button downs, capes, throws, scarves … you name it, front and center.

Plaid will forever be my go-to pattern during the fall and winter. To me, it screams warmth and comfort and who doesn’t want that this time of year?! This plaid coat from Banana Republic is my new favorite piece this season – it’s all of the above wrapped in one. It’s big, cozy and oh so warm and yummy. Lucky for you, it’s 50% off when you use code BRSAVE at check out. Hurry and don’t miss out!

Mad for Plaid

Banana Republic Plaid Coat

J. Martasand

Banana Republic Coat

J. Martasand Sunglasses

Mad for Plaid

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Over the Knee Boots

Wearing- Dress: Top Shop; Coat: Banana Republic; Boots: Jean-Michel Cazabat; Rings: RocksBox (use code michellexoxo1 to receive your first month of Rocksbox FREE!); Sunglasses: J. Martasand (Launching Cyber Monday!)

Plaid Coat

Photos by the lovely Felicia Lasala

Xo,

Michelle

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    Bill
    December 3, 2015 at 2:40 am

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    December 3, 2015 at 2:44 am

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    This is such a great look ! And it suits you really well.

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    December 3, 2015 at 2:50 am

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