The gingham bug has hit me hard since I have noticed it everywhere these days. The main difference between a gingham and plaid prints is that gingham is white plus one color whereas plaid is a mixture of colors. Also, the gingham lines are the same size, but plaid has different sizes.
The runway shows have been full of this print, and you can wear it probably anywhere. I spotted a two layered ruffle skirt on Pinterest and decided instantly to get it stitched! The red and white gingham is chic and makes you cheerful when you look at it. It is a good change from florals as the gingham print is a classic just like polka!
I purchased the material from cheap jack, Secunderabad and got the skirt stitched by a friend of mine who has recently opened her boutique; I will leave the link to her profile below. I must tell how impressed I am with the outcome of the skirt; it is exactly like I wanted! The skirt is so versatile that you can pair it with anything.
- A graphic t-shirt for the street style look
- Contrast, by wearing a blue gingham top
- With a white shirt and black blazer
I paired the skirt with a red top and hair bandana to give it a retro vibe. I Finished the look with white wedges and a transparent handbag. And with the onset of monsoons, it is best if you familiarize yourself with the midi length and save yourself from smearing your hemlines by muddy rains.
Photographer: LM Flares