It's cool Gingham

McGraw
McGraw
Alice in the Eve skirt $68.60
Alice in the Eve skirt $68.60
Caroline Constas Appolonia off-the-shoulder top $595 (MATCHESFASHION.COM)
Caroline Constas Appolonia off-the-shoulder top $595 (MATCHESFASHION.COM)
Caroline Contas Gabriella off-the-shoulder top $485 (matchesfashion.com)
Caroline Contas Gabriella off-the-shoulder top $485 (matchesfashion.com)
Twenty Seven Names Maya Singlet Top, $220.00
Twenty Seven Names Maya Singlet Top, $220.00
Ephemera Gingham swimsuit $265 (MATCHESFASHION.COM)
Ephemera Gingham swimsuit $265 (MATCHESFASHION.COM)
RUBY Sweet Cheeks Shorts $169
RUBY Sweet Cheeks Shorts $169
Golden Goose dress $875 (MATCHESFASHION.COM)
Golden Goose dress $875 (MATCHESFASHION.COM)
Mi Piaci  Dominic shoe $240
Mi Piaci Dominic shoe $240
MISSGUIDED Bardot Bikini Set $44.95
MISSGUIDED Bardot Bikini Set $44.95
MISSGUIDED cold-shoulder shift dress $48.95
MISSGUIDED cold-shoulder shift dress $48.95
Subtitled-Lola-Gingham-Bow-Top $49.95
Subtitled-Lola-Gingham-Bow-Top $49.95
Caroline Constas shirt $555 (MATCHESFASHION.COM)
Caroline Constas shirt $555 (MATCHESFASHION.COM)
Twenty Seven Names Novel Dress, $350.00
Twenty Seven Names Novel Dress, $350.00
Riani SS18
Riani SS18

When I think gingham, images of Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz in her dainty blue pinny come to mind, or those plastic red and white picnic table clothes. I certainly don't think high fashion, however for spring/summer 2017/18, gingham is the hottest print around.

This season you'll find this preppy pattern beyond just conventional pastel blue and red, but also in black, pink, yellow, green, mustard and more. PS...Twenty Seven Names have heaps of gingham in their current collection, in simple silhouettes if you're not so keen on all the ruffles and bows accompanying the gingham trend!

 

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Comments

Those heritage bollards are everywhere.
We don't mind the shirt, but it should be Over the shorts, not tucked in. We know these things, we're from Courtenay Quartier.

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