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Fashionista NOW: How To Wear Gingham Pants?

Gingham pants will not make you look oversized, ladies. Find outfit inspo featuring the patterned pants here!

Gingham is that print you’re seeing everywhere and its presence appears omnipotent. In black and white and in a print size that doesn’t assault your eyeballs, you can see why it is worn by many. In fact, you can thank your grandma for wearing it first.

While the red and white gingham whispers retro vibes, the black and white ones will ease into your modern day ensemble without much fuss. Since gingham blouses, skirts and dresses have been covered and worn a gazillion times that the look is embedded in your brain cells, I am shining the spotlight onto pants that are in gingham, the styles that are out there and how various fashionistas wear them in their OOTDs.

Pants in prints in general can be tough to wear and even though gingham in black and white is wearable, most people still shy away from wearing pants in the print. Prints in your bottomwear is a statement to make and if you have a complex relationship with your legs, it’s easy to see why gingham pants are avoided. But before say no to the printed pants forever, I would like you pause and reconsider by looking through the outfit ideas that feature them down below.

Enjoy!


Which look in gingham pants is your favorite? Share below – I’d love to know!

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