The chess has become a classic pattern. Regardless of the season, it is always present in the most varied styles, in all the pieces and in its different types of stamping . The history of chess is always associated with the Scots and their quilts, according to the fashion and image consultant, Karla Alves. However, there are indications that the print was already used well before the eighteenth century, when the Scots began to use chess .
How to assemble looks with chess
The chess is very democratic and although today is very associated with winter, is becoming more popular in the warmer seasons. According to the fashion and image consultant, Karla Alves, the print is also very adaptable and goes well in many environments. On more formal occasions should avoid use, only be advisable if it is a suit with classic chess . Karla suggests that day to day chess be worn in a comfortable look by combining jeans flare pants, with a black tank top and a blazer with the print. Also it is worth to complement the look with a sneaker and a medium size bag, ideal to load daily. Another option of look given by the consultant is indicated to use in an event nocturnal, like a ballad or a bar. Chess skirt , glittering racing and leather jacket form an ideal set for these occasions. Jumping and red lipstick help to enhance the look. To put on a very casual look, ideal for wearing on a Sunday, nothing better than a pair of jeans shorts and a plaid shirt . Complement with hat, T-shirt and boot.