Checks, tweeds, plaid are what you want to wear now. When you check into the new look, you will stand out. Thanksgiving is approaching, and it is starting to get cooler in the city. New York keeps getting better and better. Lots of new looks are arriving in the boutiques and stores all over the city now. The stores are working hard to keep their customers safe. The sales associates are all masked and happy to help you be sleek and chic for fall. Why not come on a tour of some of the stores in the city. When you check into the new look, remember that checks and plaids are cousins. Subtle geometric looks right for now.
When high-glamour guys Dolce Gabbana go for check and tweeds, you know change is in the air. These comfy looking pieces are a totally new look for the normally body-con designers.
John Galliano for Maison Margiela crafts a covetable checked overcoat the goes perfectly over a toyed with blazer. Check into the new look in this outfit.
Proenza Schoeler do a more body-con checked suit. The high placement of the buttons makes it look very slimming.
Givenchy does the suit route with a very subtle tweed/check textured pattern.
Leave it to Brunello Cucinelli to mix the small check double breasted jacket with a soft rust skirt.
And this small checked overcoat works with the rust turtleneck underneath. and would look really good with a printed shirt in a print like the dress behind it.
A small checked jacket paired with dark jeans and a black shirt is a super cool look for fall.
Checks with a shot of color are perfect for this season. Brighten up your closet now.
Window pane checks mixed with a neutral sweater are another way to go. A matching coat and pants is a nice alternative to a suit.
Patchworked plaids and checks are zingy, as does the poncho.
I love the idea of mixing a classic checked midweight jacket with a printed skirt and blouse. Especially when the two prints are different.
Prada offered a lot of plaid and checked items for fall. Jumpers, coats and jackets. I want them all.
This Tibi cropped leg suit with it’s oversize jacket looks better in a window pane check than it would if it were solid. Great proportions.
Prada also offers windowpane check. Big and small.
This coat in a clean, small windowpane check is cut beautifully. J.W. Anderson knows his volume.
Checks work for men and women. The big neutral double windowpane coat is perfect for casual dressing.
This is a great coat. They checked plaid it accented with faux fur piping that makes it stand out.
Plaids and checks look great in black and white. The mixed plaids are especially forward looking.
This clean plaid from Thom Browne is extremely bright and modern. The touch of fringe and the unusual plaid all work.
Balmain cuts a mean shaped jacket. It looks even better in a red plaid.
Balmain also offers this clean black and white plaid jacket. The shawl collar and signature buttons make it new.
Should you really want to stand out this fall, this beautiful St. Laurent jacket would certainly be a starting point. The deft use of color livens the blazer up.
Plaids even work in dresses. The one shoulder look, with the pleats on the other side elevates this dress.
Tanya Taylor offers a modish suit in a green/grey plaid with tuxedo striped legs. A pick me up for sure.
This exuberant look is all fall. A plaid checked coat tied over a a full black sirt and bots and a hat in two shades of rust will have you kicking up your heels.
Belted coats are this seasons go to look. A tweed plaid is nice, but a black and white buffalo check is even better.
This buffalo check jacket can stand on its own over leggings.
The best buffalo check jacket may be this pale blue one. It goes perfectly with jeans, and would also look dynamic over black or white.
Dolce Gabbana did do some of their classic shaped suits this season. The tweed flowers and red roses really add a special touch.
Virgil Abloh’s Off-White takes a pair of black and white checked pants and adds a bit of whimsy with green embroidery.
Designers are mixing it up this season. J. W. Anderson ties up his pant legs for a paper bag effect to offset the oversize shoulders and flared jacket. At the back is a pair of pants cut from two plaids. A fun statement.
Black and white checked shirt paired with a short black shirt with the season’s important boots is a look that stands out.
Ganni offers a black and white checked dress that is seasonless. The wide elastic shirred waist pulls the look together. If you are looking for something new, check these looks out.