(1) The boys, draped in baggy denim and plaid , stand beneath them and stare.(2) His genre paintings, after he came to London, are not strongly Scottish in their detail (as a Lowlander he was unhappy that the kilt and plaid were being treated as national costume).(3) The guitarists are balding, the others are in plaid .(4) Her version of the plaid , a tartan also in silk, is hung over the shoulder and pinned in place with a brooch.(5) It was a time when the popular press rallied around any Seattle band wearing plaid and a guitar.(6) Highlights of its mix-and-match range include knitwear in cable, Fair Isle and jersey, leather pieces in oak and black, and fabrics such as wool plaid , bouclÔö£┬« and herringbone.(7) Look for classics updated in fabrics such as corduroy, wool woven in gabardine, herringbone and glen plaid .(8) In a way that offends me because a lot of these people wore plaid when it was cool to wear plaid , played math rock when it was cool to play math rock, and now they're pretending to be Robin Black when it's cool to be Robin Black.(9) Dressed in denim, plaid , and a rigid white cowboy hat, he looks far more like a farmer than his father.(10) The couch was dark green suede and definitely cozier than the plaid throw covering the couch that would be acting as a bed in his new place.(11) She seemed to have the most fun with tweed, gaily mixing textures such as a houndstooth alongside a Prince of Wales plaid .(12) At least he tells us he does in various campaign ads and in carefully-staged photo-ops that picture him in khaki and plaid walking around our parks.(13) She stared down at the thick woolen cloth covering her but was still unable to discern the origin of the plaid .(14) In fact, because the plaid picks up colors from each of the fabrics, it's the element that draws the others together.(15) Men's classic suiting is coming out in patterns such as houndstooth, herringbone, glen plaid , tartan, pinstripes and Donegal tweed.(16) Highlanders originally wore a stretch of plaid , often vegetable dyed, that was draped and pleated to form a skirt with pockets.