Examples of tartan in a Sentence
a kilt in the clan's tartan
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Asymmetrical paneling on outerwear — such as a half-tartan, half-plain tailored coat — was a recurrent style and mirrored the days of the New Romantics.
Ron Yarbrough's tartan pants were en pointe, while others used black as a backdrop for brocade, charm bracelets, sparkle and more.
Each time the girls wore pink tartan dresses and white tights and the boys wore dark suits with white shirts and red ties.
Meanwhile, Middleton opted for a more festive look with a green-and-red tartan Miu Miu coat ($2,197.50), which is also sold out, and Tod's suede pumps.
Kate went super festive in a Christmas tartan Miu Miu coat embellished by a double row of brass buttons and topped off with a delightful fur hat.
Or got down in the dirt at the White House in September, gardening in a Balmain tartan shirt that costs $1,380.
The 33-piece collection is inspired by Anderson's British heritage and features all the good, classic menswear patterns—herringbone, tartan, tweed, collegiate stripes—in colors that are far from basic.
The collection features tartan prints and plaid linings that evoke the designer's heritage.
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Origin and Etymology of tartan
First Known Use: circa 1500See Words from the same year
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