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16 October

STiLUM: The Square Paradox

Hey guys,

So today I giving you all some very basic but not well acquired fashion gyaan. Just like how common sense is not so common, all crossing lines on your shirt are not just checks!

There are basically 9 check patterns. All made out of stripes with different angles, size and colours. I will tell about the most common ones today and to differentiate between them.

1. Gingham: The most recent  pattern from check fam bam to hit a high note on the trend chart. Its a pattern that is distinguished by what are typically white and coloured even sized checks.  This pattern is formed by horizontal and vertical stripes.


2. Plaid: The favourite check on red! Consists of vertical and horizontal stripes crossing each other to form uneven checks. The stripes — either in colour, size, or pattern — are not the same in both directions.

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3. Tartan: With most every tartan, the pattern on the stripes running vertically is exactly duplicated on the horizontal axis too. Basically, this matching pattern in both directions will create a grid.

4. Houndstooth: The most easily spotted check patter! Isn’t it!


5. Argyle: Think of Scotland and socks! The pattern is made of diamond shapes.



So when I saw this blue & white gingham skirt and red plaid shirt on koovs.com I just knew its gonna mismatch to perfection! The sequin detailing on the shirt was all I needed to make a statement so yet again I wore no accessory! {I always follow one statement piece in a outfit rule} My tan shoes, bag and way fares added all the androgynous factor I needed for this colourful outfit.

Take a look:

Outfit Details:

Shirt: Koovs
Skirt: Lola May at Koovs
Sunglasses: Quay
Bag: FabAlley
Shoes: Atmosphere


Hope you like the combination. My fifth and the last look from fashion week will be up soon!

Until then,

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Photographed By: Tarun Chawla

Styled By: Sukhneet Wadhwa

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