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Add Some Pattern to Your Wardrobe With Burberry's Plaid Selection

We can’t get enough.

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Add Some Pattern to Your Wardrobe With Burberry's Plaid Selection

We can’t get enough.

Burberry‘s iconic plaid pattern has made a strong comeback this year, arriving on items like slidescaps and pouches. The newest gear to receive an update in the classic pattern is the oversized shirt, bomber jacket, short-sleeve shirt and summer shorts.

The oversized cotton twill shirt is perfect to wear to work or on a night out. It features a spread collar and a button closure at the front. Details include a flap pocket at the bust, single button barrel cuffs and tonal stitching throughout. The chic bomber jacket features a stand collar, zip closure and a rubber pull tab at the front. The shorts are a summer must-have and are perfect to rock at the beach or during every day activities and have a mid-rise style and an elasticized waistband with drawstrings to ensure the right fit. Finally, the short-sleeve shirt features the exact same elements as the long sleeve one — the only difference is the patch pocket which can be seen on the chest.

Take a closer look at the images in the gallery above and if you’re feeling the collection then head over to SSENSE.com to get your hands on the pieces. For more on Burberry, check out the brand’s bright new lipsticks.

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