Sian from says - My favourite way to wear tartan is to play up the wintery element by sticking on a nice woolly jumper or thick pair of tights. I'm a huge fan of tartan this year and was so excited to break out my old pieces such as the skirt, and add a few new ones too!
Erica from says - i'm not really a huge tartan fan - black and red just aren't me! but, when i found this monochrome number on sale at primark a few weekends ago, well, i figured i could jazz it up with a pair of coloured tights and a cute jumper. i'm pretty happy with how the outfit turned out, and paired with a vampy lippy and heavy eyes, i felt really autumnal - but also a bit cher horowitz! love it!"
Haydy from says - I have styled my new favourite dress, from Primark, with my Office Brogues, thick black tights and a cardigan.   Beofre leaving the house I popped on a cute Bowler hat that was my Dads when he was a kid!  I have also recently styled this dress with my hair in plaits with Dr.Martens for a more school girl look!  I'm looking forward to styling with my Jeffery Campbells too! 
Jade from says -Tartan has always been a print I've been drawn too, most likely because of my love of Vivienne Westwood & the punk era. Tartan is huge this A/W, with designers & high street offering a range of tartan clad pieces. Although I have been lusting over the YSL Tartan Dress, I was surprised to see how similar the Primark version was! Having hunted far & wide for the Primark dress, I finally found it & fell in love. Pairing it with some virgin matte white Dr. Marten shoes & a trusty bowler hat, I really loved the overall look. With tartan's punk links, I think styling tartan in an edgy way is a must, so I hope I achieved it with this look!

Emily from says - I really love girly dresses but I don't always dress that girly myself - I like to take a printed or floral dress and wear with black tights and big chunky boots. These block heel Chelsea boots are a current favourite as they are the perfect height for wearing in the day! I love cute collars on dresses and shirts too so I wore a sleeveless shirt underneath. Lastly I finished the look with a bowler hat and would probably throw on a leather jacket or my oversized khaki coat.

Next in the series is going to be Monochrome

 If you are interested in being part of my next one, email me - - 2 photos of you wearing your monochrome plus a line about how youve styled it and you will be up in my next post.


  1. Ooh I really enjoyed this post. What a great idea :) all the ladies look fabulous.

    Love Kate xx

  2. I love this - tartan is amazing right now :) my only fear with it is not looking too schooly, but all these girls look amazing :)
    Keep in touch :)
    Andrea xxx

  3. a great post! Love this!

    Grace x

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