Holiday Tartan Skirt

This time of year always has me running to pick up anything and everything in tartan. Whether it’s new or already in my closet, I have to wear tartan during Christmastime! I’ve had this tartan skirt for a few years now and always loving wearing it during the holiday season. It’s the perfect print and wrapped with a bow. While I wear it generally the same way every year, it’s always fun coming up with new outfit combinations.

This year I decided to wear it with a black turtleneck and add some bling. The necklace adds the right amount of holiday sparkle without being all over sparkle. In the past I’ve worn this tartan skirt with a sequin mini dress for a bit more sparkle. However, this year I’ve found myself falling back in love with blacks and basics. Maybe I have the fall season to thank for that, or maybe it’s Wednesday, who knows. Overall I love the way a black turtleneck looks paired with a fun tartan skirt, especially for the holiday season!

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More Tartan Skirts

I bought this skirt about 3 years ago. Which means, this tartan skirt is sadly no longer available. (And boy was it a hassle to get when I did. That’s a story for another time). But there are some other cute plaid and tartan skirts that I’ve had my eye on this year. If you’re looking for something similar with a bow, definitely check out Red Dress. I’ve also shared more timeless options below in a variety of price ranges. Crown & Ivy, a Belk brand, always has some gorgeous pieces in tartan this time of year. And don’t be fooled into thinking tartan can only be worn during the holiday season. It’s an all year print.

Outfit Details: Black Turtleneck // Tartan Skirt // Similar Shoes // Tartan Headband

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