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Gingham Is Back And Here’s How The Stars Are Wearing It

by Olivia Keating
18th May 2017

According to Ruth Negga, Amal Cooney and Sienna Miller, it’s all about gingham this summer. Appearing across everything including trousers, dresses, jackets and accessories, gingham looks modern when worn with off-duty denim and soft knitwear. Opt for streamlined silhouettes and team with boxy shapes to play down ginghams twee associations. Plus, choose bold colour combinations such as Maisie Williams black and mustard mix or, as seen on Kate Middleton and Ruth Negga, slide on a smart pointed-toe heel for a more polished look.?

Hailey Baldwin?

?Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge?

Bella Hadid

Ruth Negga

Maisie Williams

Amal Cooney

Sienna Miller

Shop The Look

Gingham dress, Henry Holland, €57 at Debenhams

Jersey and poplin sweatshirt, House of Holland, €350 at Net-A-Porter

Layered cotton-blend dress, Toga, €812 at Matches Fashion

Blue jeans, €39.95 at Zara

Flute sleeve top, €46 at Topshop

?High heel platform shoes, €49.95 at Zara