How to wear checked shirts with hijab

A checked shirt is amongst those pieces that just don’t fade away from stores shelves. On-trend check shirts, be it oversized or slim fitted are a college girl’s favorite as well as an office wear eligible clothing item.


Classic flannel shirts are a steady trend that seems to stand the test of time going strong in the face of changing trends. It’s so easy finding yourself grabbing a comfy checkered navy blue shirt for a casual go-to outfit while being pretty sure you’re going out in full style. Be it paired with jeans of any wash or chinos an oversized checkered shirt is a wardrobe essential for your relaxed weekend looks.

Playing with the scale is a key element to coming out simple and stylish in just a combo of plaid, check shirts and boyfriend pants. Rock a crisp take on these on-trend shirts pairing a micro houndstooth check with pockets detail and a pair of boot leg pants. Or go bold in a jumbo tartan shirt in green and navy blue teamed with a light washed denim jeans and cowboy boots.

For a super cool styling point of an oversized check shirt red and black tuck in one side and leave the other side out.

Create different looks with relaxed fit checkered shirts. For a super cool casual combo team a green and navy blue plaid shirt over a basic t-shirt and jeans.

If It’s more on the chilly side; a cargo or a parka jacket can complement the relaxed this outfit idea.
Relaxed fits lean more towards a casual vibe. Opt for an oversized frayed check shirt in navy blue, a woven oversized pocket detail check shirt in red and light blue and red tartan check shirt with black leather pants and chunky combat boots.

Drawstring hoods and flap chest pockets and a slightly longer rounded back hem are details that elevate checkered shirts .

Regular and slim fits are a subtler take on these cozy shirts.
Keep on scrolling and check out more chic outfits for one of the trendiest shirts you need to buy right now.

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This article was written by guest author Reham selim.

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