Among the trends in 2016, the tartan fashion fall winter won. No longer the classic Tartan dress or skirt reminiscent of the old British style, but whole outfits that mix different interpretations of the famous Scottish press. We discover together the new fashionable tartan of seasons!
We have already had a taste the previous seasons, and again between the trends fashion autumn winter 2015/2016 we find the historic Scottish tartan print, the warm fabric that apparently not only passionate about the people beyond the channel.
For someone is simply a square canvas, for others is a clear British style praise which, let’s face it, not everyone likes, perhaps because this print commemorates the old blanket. But like it or not, this year we are witnessing a real return of this tartan fad that has already had some success last winter.
The prints are classic but the solutions proposed on the runways by our favorite designers are quite new and the color palette is enriched with nuance away from the classic “red” of the Scottish kilt and that make us re-evaluate this famous checkered pattern.
The tartan dress, it seems, will be one of the must of the wardrobe, a cult for Alexander McQueen that replicates this print on evening gowns and day dresses, asymmetrical minidress and, of course, also on pants, a classic ideal for Office. Even Saint Laurent is conquered by the charm of the British look proposing a classic piece of tradition, the tartan wrap skirt while Miu Miu focuses on pencil skirt and flared models enhanced by this vintage pattern.
The famous Tartan pattern has also won Star Jean, making it a futuristic print that goes perfectly the cut of the clothes of the new fall collection. This season’s must not go unnoticed even coats, coat, of course, and Kate Peters, Blugirl and Isabel Marant we offer fascinating and charismatic interpretations. Irresistible even the double-breasted jackets by Jean Paul Gaultier and Moschino, a brand that has already loved the tartan in the past. And where we want to put shoes and accessories in British style, if not in our wardrobe?