Argyle Day is a day of appreciation for the argyle style pattern used for various clothes and cloths that originated from the tartan of Clan Campbell in western Scotland.
Background of Argyle Day
Argyle, or sometimes spelled ‘Argyll’, is most commonly referred to as the overall pattern made of diamonds or lozenges. The word ‘argyle’ sometimes indicates a single diamond within a design. Typically seen in the pattern is an overlay of intercrossing diagonal lines on solid diamonds. The design became so popular, even outside of its origin in Scotland, that it was eventually granted its own holiday.
Fun Ways To Celebrate Argyle Day
To celebrate, all one has to do is find some Argyle styled clothing and showcase it for everyone to see! Or perhaps even find other things you can put argyle style pattern on, i.e. a phone case, shoes, stickers, etc.
How this holiday brings people together is by showing one another how they can personally rock the argyle style with various outfits or possibly other ways argyle can be shown off. So grab some friends and lets see how you can show off your argyle styled passion!
Ways to share Argyle Day on social media
Using #NationalArgyleDay, share how you can rock an argyle styled outfit
Encourage followers to show what kind of argyle outfit they’re wearing
Share various other items you may have with an argyle pattern on it
Ask followers on what they would like to see an argyle style pattern on
Post on what intrigues you about argyle and why you may like it