: a pattern on cloth of stripes with different widths that cross each other to form squares.
Did you know that plaid has a history that goes back hundreds of years?
Originally, the well-known pattern was known as the “tartan,” which decorated the clothing of different Scottish clans. With different colors and patterns, the tartan carried with it the identity of a region or a clan. It's like the way people today wear shirts proclaiming their favorite sports teams!
As tartan’s popularity grew beyond the borders of Scotland, a tartan-like fabric was developed and later became the plaid we all know and love. Although not as symbolic as the tartan, plaid is more versatile. From casual looks and office attires to the runways, the plaid reigns supreme. Download this free drawing today and color this page as you wish. Your style, your colors! 😉
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