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The Checkered Patterns You Need For Fall (And How To Distinguish Them)

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When fall rolls around, you know which prints fit the greying weather and falling leaves. Specifically, fall is the time of patterns and of a warmer wardrobe, not just in textiles but in colors as well. If you are going this way, however, you gotta know your patterns. Here are the most important checkered patterns you are going to need this fall, so you can call them by their names.

Gingham

The hottest pattern of this coming fall, gingham is a must have, and the most delicate (and the easiest) to wear.

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Photo via luvtolook.net

Madras

Makes you think of tartan, but it’s not! Madras features more lines and, normally, more colors to play with.

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Photo via zendayac-news.tumblr.com

Tartan

Ah, our old friend tartan. A fall favorite and one that never (and i mean never) goes out of style.

Photo via harpersbazaar.com
Photo via harpersbazaar.com

Houndstooth

A different kind of checkered pattern, the houndstooth is gracefully uneven and carries a retro vibe.

Photo via fashionmagazine.com
Photo via fashionmagazine.com
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