Granted; plaids aren't everybody's cup of tea, especially when the plaid contains a mustard yellow - however - I thought it looked really cute.
As usual when making a matching pattern for an art piece, I take all of the colors in the original design to match the new pattern for a matching item.
Such was the case with the Magical Forest Fox shirt and dandelion plaid leggins:
Here we have foxy painted in Scandinavian style, with dandelion motifs, along with a few leafy plants, stars, moon and flowers.
Dandelion seeds are seen flying either onto foxy, or from foxy, but either way, she seems unbothered.
Intentional colors used are a deep warm burnt orange, mustard or honey yellow, cream, black and sage green.
Here's a closeup view of the plaid pattern.
Unintentionally, olives and grays emerge, as well as other tones of red like mauves, burgundy and a beautiful pumpkin orange where the lines cross.
I can even see some bits of purple and maybe even an aqua in there as well.
Anyway, I really liked the way it turned out.
I wanted something that had a warm Summer breezy vibe.
I think I got that with this shirt and plaid.
I thought it was a perfect fir for the leggins as an optional matching piece for the t-shirt.
I imagine runs to the market or garden center in this outfit.
Clever foxy is unbothered by the small stuff. ;)
The shirt is 100% cotton, sizes from a small through a 3XL, comes in 7 colors and starts at $14.
The leggins range in size from XS through 2XL, and start at $26.