Swing with Plaid

I am not sure if you have seen our daily deal posts but if you have, you would notice that Anthropologie has a 30% off their sale styles at the moment.  My personal favorite from the sale section, and this would not surprise anyone who knows me well, is the Plaid Swing Tunic by Cloth & Stone.  At additional 30% off sale, this piece is not only a much-needed respite from all the floral tops, but a great steal as well.

Grey Plaid Swing Tunic by Cloth & Stone, Anthropologie

Seriously soft, this well-made, plaid tunic has an oversized, cute, swing silhouette.  I particularly like the mandarin collar and the raw hem detailing which distinguish it from other plaid shirts.  Cloth & Stone’s motto of making clothes that are easy to love and easy to wear is especially true with this piece. It’s not a statement making top, by any means, but it is a cute, casual, easy top to throw on.  It’s perfect for running errands, blogging or even hanging out with friends at the coffee shop.  You can also wear it to the park with the kids, or when you are at home baking and enjoying some needed quiet time.  Of course, you can style it up if you want but my point is, you don’t have to.  It is cute just as is.

I advise sizing down since this swing top is quite voluminous.  It comes in the blue motif and the grey motif. The blue one has a faded look which some of you may like.  Personally,the gray one appeals to me more as most of my plaid shirts are quite colorful.  I would wear this shirt with its sleeves rolled up and pair it with distressed skinny jeans in any color.  I would also most probably wear it with a tank top underneath so I don’t have to button it up all the way.  No fuss.  Think easy.  Think comfy.


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