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|Back in the Seventies, plaid fabric was mostly used only for private school uniforms and retro furniture.
Today, plaid can be found in dresses, shoes, purses and wallets, to name a few. From mass markets to couture, plaid is all of a sudden everywhere. Even Marc Jacobs incorporated it into shorts on the runway.|
Of course, plaid can be used for Christmas stockings and uniforms!
A tighter weave can be used for more sophisticated pants; a bolder, larger pattern may be used for dresses and shirts. Plaid fabric with sparkling gold thread is often used during the holidays and flannel plaid fabric is often used in hunting and winter months. Originally, plaid was made of flax and wool, but it is now possible to find plaid patterns on any textile (even silk!). Plaid fabric is perfectly suited for any project that requires a timeless, chic, or quirky look.