A checkered print is relevant always and everywhere – these are classic costumes, and strict business attire, and original country music, and even a gentle romantic style. Designers actively use the cell in each of their shows, regardless of the season. Any girl more or less versed in fashion knows that a cell is best combined with monophonic things, but which ones? Is the neighborhood of the cage with other prints permissible? Let’s try to understand these questions and learn how to make stylish and effective images with checkered clothes.
When we hear the phrase “checkered skirt”, immediately comes to mind a red skirt in a plaid cell. The Scottish cage is named so because kilts, an element of the Scottish national costume, are sewn from fabric with such an ornament. Properly such an ornament is called tartan, and it does not necessarily have to be red. Tartan is a monotonous fabric on which perpendicular lines are located, forming squares. The opposite of tartan is a chess cell, where lines are absent, and there are only squares of different colors, like on a chessboard. A tartan skirt with a print is much easier to fit into an image than a chess skirt, but imagine a sun skirt in a blue and white chess cage. It should be supplemented with white sandals, a red top and a handbag – and the image in the marine style is ready! Continue reading