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Plaid is the official pattern of Fall and I could not be more happy about that because I love it! I wear plaid scarfs, gloves, boots, and slippers and even wrap myself in a cashmere plaid blanket while sitting by the fire. I have no less than 4 tartan coats which I have purchased over the years in Scotland from Barbour and a new one recently from Orvis.
I wear tartan tennis shoes,tartan boots, pajamas and basically any other item of clothing that I can if it comes in plaid. That is how much I love it. The good news is that I do not wear it all at one time.
I found a few tartan items that I think you might like.
I think these plaid chargers would make the perfect backdrop for any winter table but in particular for my Christmas table.
If you don’t like the chargers perhaps some napkins?
Paper goods are always a great way to add your personal plaid touch to things.
Plaid Note cards are perfect for the holidays, you could use these cards for gifts, notes to friends and more.
|Plaid Christmas Cards|
What about these plaid Christmas Cards! It is never to early to get your cards done.
A notebook is always a great idea and in tartan cloth it is even better. This is a great little book for your brief case or purse.
And you can carry all of your great plaid finds in this plaid Scott bag.
There are many books about tartan and this one, Romancing the Plaid is a great one. This one looks so funny! If you are Scottish and would like to learn more about tartan and your plaid this book looks interesting.
Are you a fan of plaid? Are you drawn to a certain one when you are looking for pieces to add to your home or wardrobe? Are you of Scottish ancestry and have your own plaid? Or do you have an aversion to plaid?
Whatever the case, I hope that you have a fabulous day!