You may already own something in plaid, as the pattern is already quite common in men's clothing. But this time, plaid is taking over. It's not just button-up flannel anymore, but blazers, suits, outerwear, and even pants emblazoned with the checked pattern. It was everywhere on the runway earlier this year, and now that we're finally seeing some of those collections in stores, we're seeing them on the streets, too. But don't just take our word for it Bloomberg and GQ have noticed the same trend. So how do you wear plaid? That's the easy part! You probably already are wearing it. But if you're looking for more tips on how to get in on this trend that's about to explode, look for blazers or even suits with the pattern. A plaid jacket over a solid shirt is a great accent to complete a look.
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Many of his fashion-forward offerings have been hits, but there have certainly been a few misses. Not surprisingly, whether the reaction to his outfits is good, bad or indifferent, it doesnt change how he feels about his gear. And with a dizzying array of ensembles, its impossible for him to pick a favorite. Whatever I wear, I love it, he said. Youve got to love it when you put it on. But has there ever been a time where he looked back at an outfit, like the widely panned Slayer/striped shirt ensemble he wore to a game in January, and thought: maybe that wasnt such a good look? Nope, he said sternly. Never. Westbrook doesnt care what others think about his look, and hes passed on style advice to less-fashionable NBA players who have asked for help. But he isnt exactly dishing out specific tips. Be themselves, he said. I think thats the most important thing about fashion is to be able to express yourself, but also be yourself and be confident in what youre wearing. Westbrooks penchant for transforming his arena entrance into a high-fashion runway has undoubtedly upped the style game of players across the league.
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