It’s fun to follow trends and gingham really trending right now. Yes, I know gingham has been around “forever.” We all had our favorite gingham dress as a little girl or smocked gingham dress for our daughters. But gingham is making a big splash this spring and is not childish at all!
I’ve partnered with Neiman Marcus to show you this fun trend. There are clean silhouettes and some really playful ones as well. My black and white gingham skirt has a fun flounce at the bottom and the twisted bow make is super fun to wear. I saw this darling mini skirt at the Veronica Beard presentation at New York Fashion Week and knew I had to have it! I’ve gotten so many compliments on it.
I’m a huge fan of Veronica Beard as you know. This skirt and so many of VB’s other pieces are part of Neiman Marcus’s Gift Card Event going on now. Use CODE: MAYGC through tomorrow night at 1o pm. This white dress is another favorite. I have last summer’s version that is only slightly different. You know you’ve made a great purchase when the designer brings it back again! The navy gingham version is also very cute.
Speaking of a great designer, my favorite shoe designer Aquazzura made these darling flats which are part of the Gift Card event, too. The black and white Tropicana sandal seen in this post are eligible for the Gift Card.
There are so many fun ways to wear gingham like this one-shoulder dress, off the shoulder (marked down big time!), I also love this one shoulder blue and white gingham top with bow with white jeans for day or night. How fun is this flounce skirt!?!? The sleeves on this gingham dress and the casual version (which needs to be in my closet!) are a true conversation starter.
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Thank you to Neiman Marcus for sponsoring this post. All selections and opinions are my own. Partnerships like this one make The Lush List possible.
Photos by Mary Summers-Hafner