Gingham Trend – Girls just want to have fun!

Osheq Editor | News & Trends Jan 15, 2017

If you could rejoice one fashion staple from your childhood what would you pick? Well, let us help you narrow it with the grown-up take on adorable gingham pattern that reminds us of the good old Wizard of Oz days, where Judy Garland donned a blue gingham pinafore. 

 

 

If you are wondering that this style would be a little too traditional for your taste, let us assure you that the runways has exhibited a contemporary twist to our classical-favorite trend. So breathe a sigh of relief for you don’t have to wear a pinafore to jump on the gingham bandwagon (Although it would make a hell of a Halloween costume). Let’s explore some of the trendy ways to flaunt this youthful style.  

 

The grid-like print can be a little tricky to play with, so stick to the basic rules of styling and pick out two equally graphical patterns in the same color tones. Craving for some style inspiration? Look up to Brigitte Bardot, who clearly was way ahead of her time, when she opted for a pink gingham wedding dress that had just the right amount of erotic touch - V neck and high slit! That’s how you set chic minimalist fashion goal.

Spilling style tips:  You can opt for a monochrome gingham pattern and elegantly wrap a silk scarf around your neck to channel your inner fashion chanteuse!

Conventional versatility on-the-streets

We personally admire the modern-day spin on this 50s trend. Prep up for your sunny days by slipping on a quintessentially gingham-print crop top in the neural hues. You can either opt for a casual brunch look with a pair of denim or add a coquettish touch with a pencil skirt. All that we have to suggest is to stick to your personal style statement and own this uber-feminine trend upfront. 

 

Spilling style tips: The gingham print is coming back in full swing in the form of bold corporate attire. Think matching separates and sleek silhouettes in gingham-inspired suits.

So what are you waiting for? Put your bold foot forward and play with this nostalgia-inducing trend. 

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Jickson Johnson

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