How much time has passed, and the so-called "Scottish check" does not lose its relevance. It has long become classics, respected by many fashion connoisseurs; highlight of the outfit of modern beauties and a bright starting point of their chosen outfit.
It is believed that "Scottish check" is that color pattern which shouldn`t be overdone. One, maximum two accessories are enough. On the one hand, it is very convenient: you put on a plain black coat, bag, gloves and so on, take a red checkered scarf... and the magic of fashion has come true! You get a complete look, an example of good taste and admiring glances with compliments in addition are attached!
Today, however, streets of big cities may often see seemingly incongruous combination of self-sufficient "checks" with other completely independent "neighbors". This can be raspberry-mustard shades, leopard coloring, Polka dot, snake skin, and even another simplier check. Well... someone calls it creativity, another one calls it freedom of expression, and others call it a "game changer" in the fashion world.
One thing is for sure: "Scottish ckeck" is an ideal option to survive chilly windy autumn. Flaming ripe bunches of ashberry, covered with crimson maple leaves, being a flame of fire in the mouth of the fireplace — that is what burgundy-red Scottish pattern is assosiated with. Nothing will give so much comfort and warmth as a plaid coat worn on a cool October day will; nothing will create a stylish look as fast as a checked scarf, thrown over the shoulders.