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Fashionista NOW: Grid Print Fashion Inspiration

There’s a new print in fashion town that threatens to shove plaid and her tartan family to the curb and it is humbly called the grid print.

According to Real Simple, the grid print is the new plaid and has become a refreshing alternative to checkered and tartan prints.

Grid prints, just like checkered or plaid patterns are essentially made of lines that cross each other to form a series of squares or rectangles.

However, the grid prints on clothing are made of crisscrossing lines in a single color only.

If you’re a fan of minimalistic print styling, the grid print offers a modern low key look that may just be right for you.

And if you’re obsessed with the monochromatic look in black and white, you’ll be squealing in delight because trendy grid prints of the season come in the popular styling that promises maximum wearability regardless of occasion and season.

How to wear grid prints, you ask? Look below for a quick answer:

grid print top – Sylvia Luka

grid print shirt – Forever 21 | grid print pants – Merona, Target

grid print tank & shorts – The Iconic

grid print dress – Topshop

grid print top & skirt – The White Carousel

grid print peplum top – Front Row Shop

sheer grid print shirt – Primark

grid print skirt – Rirandture

grid print top – Sylvia Luka

What do you think of the grid print trend? Do you like it more than the usual checkered/plaid? Which of these looks makes you seethe in envy? Share below, it’s free!

“Simplicity is the keynote of all true elegance.”Coco Chanel

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