10 Ways to Wear Gingham

August 2, 2018

10 Ways to Wear Gingham

I am so excited to be teaming up with 8 other bloggers to share various ways to wear gingham. To give you 10 ways to wear gingham today, I am also sharing an older way I have styled this same top. Two ways for me and eight ways from others – so fun! I have always been a fan of gingham. It’s a timeless print that can be styled so many different ways. If you missed Monday’s post, I actually wore the cutest gingham dress. Today I am styling this adorable top. It has a bit of a cropped fit and pairs perfectly with my white jeans and leopard heels. This exact top is from Zara and is several years old. I found an exact duplicate for $9 here.

At the risk of embarrassing myself, I will link to my 2015 posts where I styled this same top. I wore it with my favorite culottes here and a pencil skirt here. Proof that gingham really is timeless! You’ve also seen me wear this gingham tie back top multiple times here. What can I say, gingham has staying power in my closet!

Gingham Outfit Inspiration from Other Bloggers

Megan Marie / Something Gold Something Blue / Style My Dreams / Chasing Daisies / The Kelley Doll / The Stylish Housewife / Miss Moore Style / Moderately High Maintenance

Leopard Pumps

To be honest, I styled this whole outfit around my shoes. Tell me I am not the only one who does this?! These gorgeous leopard pumps are by Marc Fisher and are part of the Nordstrom Anniversary sale. Still fully in stock! The sale ends this weekend, so you still have a little time to snag anything you want. I was seriously so thrilled when Marc Fisher reached out about these pumps, and I got to pick the leopard version. I had a leopard pump that I literally wore out. You should have seen how sad they were when I finally decided it was time to retire them. Leopard is a neutral in my opinion and so fun to add with any outfit! These are truly a gorgeous shoe, and I love how they print mix with the gingham.

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