Sunday, September 23, 2007

Taking a Style Tip from Lumberjacks

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As much as I used to cringe when I saw Ashley Olsen in her plaid lumberjack shirts, they've really grown on me. The way she pairs them with skinny jeans or cuffed denim and heels keeps them from looking too grungy or country. Her love of plaid shirts has even trascended into MK&A's new clothing line Elizabeth & James and I must say it's awfully cute (although I wouldn't pay $225 for it). I just picked up a blue/green/white plaid shirt as an addition to my fall wardrobe, slightly baggy a la ashley olsen. I've been seeing a lot more people wearing them lately and I think plaid shirts are going to be big this fall!

xoxo, lauren


SKYLA said...

I've wanted a checked shirt for so longg.....I'm trying to find one but it's actually quite hard!
Posts are still amazing! x

LML said...

that is sooo funny - i tried on that exact old navy shirt this weekend shopping! but yea i have been desperatley looking for a lumberjack shirt thats inexpensive - ive even looked in the boys section of target and walmart and have found none! hopefully as the weather gets colder....:)

Ana said...

at first i hated lumberjack shirts BUT their cozy flannelness has grown on me to the point where i considered the shot of amanda bynes and her construction worker family in Sydney White i was like FASHION INSPIRATION!

Dave said...

I hate to ruin it for you but I am also a fan of flannel shirts--they are super comfortable. Should I pick some up for you while I am in Colorado this weekend?
Love, your dad

dianabobar said...

love these shirts and your new look!

Flashy_Shades said...

i hate to admit it, but they've grown on me as well

Shopaholic D said...

i haven't worn a plaid shirt in sooo long. too bad i didn't keep any of my old ones...ah well...time to go thrifting!

:) D

WendyB said...

I think Ashley looks great. Tried on one myself recently and it was frightful!

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