When you hear the words “gingham print,” a lot of different images come to mind. Maybe you think of sitting bare foot having picnics under giant oak trees, sipping lemonade, but when it comes to styling gingham prints, it can be a tricky thing. It can be tricky just because it’s an entire print. Not all of us feel brave when coming face to face with a bold pattern. But I’m here to tell you to stop the mini freak outs, because we’ve got this!

Gingham print is new to my wardrobe and firmly staying. This transitional piece is easy to move from your Spring/ Summer wardrobe right through to Autumn/ Winter, just tweak how you style it and you too can conquer the notoriously peppy pattern.

Transitional piece

For warmer months I will style this dress with bare legs and statement shoes. For the colder months the monochrome print makes it easy to pair black tights, ankle boots and chunky knitwear.

Styling Gingham

Style gingham llike a pro. It allows you to introduce some fun styling trends. Gingham can be worn edgey by simply pairing it with a classic basic like my favourite – The leather jacket. Gingham is available in a wide range of pieces to choose from. If dresses are not your thing try a gingham print shirt paired over denim jeans.

Style gingham like a pro!

Dip your toe in the gingham water by trying this trend out in baby stps by buying it as a summer scarf or in the form of ballet flat. Let it add some zing into your outfit without stressing you out. You never know, you might discover that you don’t mind stepping outside of your style comfort zone and injecting a little bit of gingham into your wardrobe.

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