At New York Fashion Week, grey plaid was popular with designers Creatures of Comfort, Jason Wu, Arthur Arbesser, Sophie Theallet and Carolina Herrera. This isn’t your run-of-the-mill, boring grey plaid. This is a total upgrade in the form of unexpected cuts and silhouettes. We have borrowed petite fashion tips on how to wear grey from this runway trend.
Gray is a common neutral color that does not have to be boring. The color provides a softer alternative to black and is actually easier to wear for many women. It is an incredibly versatile color that you can wear in many different ways.
It looks great with soft pastels like baby blue and pink, is great to combine with white and a pop of color and looks fresh and modern with brighter colors.
For example, grey and pink creates a soft romantic and classical look. Pink is a great color for a knitted sweater that you could combine with both your pants and skirts. Also, it’s actually really nice to throw white into the mix as well. You can also add darker shades of gray. For extra color or to highlight your romantic look, add a colorful scarf featuring these colors.
Combining gray with dark green creates a more sophisticated and mysterious look. It’s especially beautiful when you add white into the mix or play with different kinds of gray. Finish your look with silver or gray brogues or booties.
Besides the petite fashion tips, we hand picked this season’s hottest grey plaid in most figure flattering shapes and length for you.