Celebrity Chic on the Cheap: Vanessa Hudgins Rocks the Plaid
So we’ve all seen the trends for the fall.
Every time I’m in a store, I feel like I was thrown back into my time machine and should be busting out a version of High School Musical of my very own: The 1990′s edition. Okay well, actually, I was in middle school when plaid/flannels and all that other 90′s garb was popular, which left everyone questioning if that girl in the flannel button down and the hiking boots was actually a girl.
But at least this time around some of the 90′s fashions are coming back with a feminine twist. Like Vanessa’s plaid dress: it’s edgy, yes it’s plaid, but it’s gives you a waist AND shows some cleavage (cuz we know V. Hudge wouldn’t go out in public in a drabby table cloth-y thing).
So this week I bring you: Celebrity Chic On The Cheap: Punk-Rock Plaid Goes Glam. I never thought those words would come out of my mouth (much like, “I really like the taste of beer”), but the world of fashion is always surprising me.
Plaid Dress: So this dress isn’t plaid, but it’s tweed and has the adorable bow. Throw it on with some pumps or some chunky black tights and, as it gets colder, a black or white longsleeve shirt under it to give it some texture. It’s adorable and afforadable. (and the same price as a High School Musical DVD)
Other plaid Options: The neckline is on this fabulously plaid dress is retro, the plaid pattern is discreet, and the dress is rockin. Rock it out with a leather jacket in the fall, or keep it sweet with dainty shoes and delicate jewwlry.
This pattern is like Vannessa’s dress but a bit more conservative. Throw a black patent belt on it to really show off that waist line!
I know Vanessa’s shoes are patent and peep toe, but to really take it back to the 90′s (and make it fall appropriate) check out these updated loafer pumps. Seriously, you all remember rocking the Steve Madden Loafers with the hideous stacked heel; finally a version that is actually cute!!
Whew – all that shopping really took me back. Time to go find my Ace of Base tape to play on my Walkman…