The classic red-and-black pattern used to be for lumberjacks only. Then designers got ahold of it. Now, as Justified‘s Timothy Olyphant proves, buffalo plaid has graduated from axes and flannel to outright sophistication
A jacket this handsome can hold its own with dress shoes. Easily. Resist the temptation to automatically pair buffalo plaid with jeans and work boots.
Jacket, $315 by Schott NYC. Shirt, $175 by Rag & Bone. Khakis, $495 by Gucci. Shoes, $885 by Church’s. Socks by Pantherella.