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Fashionista NOW: How To Wear The Retro Gingham Print Trend In Modern Outfits?

There’s just no reason NOT to wear this versatile print trend.

It’s like a sister to the stripe print if it has a sibling. And with it being hot in the fashion sphere now, you’ll be seeing gingham everywhere. From bell sleeve bohemian blouse to unusual ruffle skirts, the fashion peeps are keen on plastering the print on every piece of fabric surface just to keep it modern and right in your face.

If a print that embodies a universal appeal is what you are looking after, then I highly suggest a monochrome black and white gingham as it will fit into your existing wardrobe preference with no bother. You’ll be wearing it again and again, day or night in no time and then perhaps, you might be open to spruce it up with a bigger size print version that can come in a mix of colors you personally would wear, preferably one that is friendly to your cats’ eyeballs when you pet them.

I’m keen on the black and white and the retro red and white ones and now, finding myself looking for the right pieces to invest in so I could embrace this highly-wearable print. What about you?

For a quick dose of style inspo, I gathered these gingham looks for you to eyeball so we could together get into this gingham fashion bandwagon, ASAP. Enjoy!

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

“Life’s under no obligation to give us what we expect.”Margaret Mitchell

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