Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Gingham has really been sparking my interest lately, after seeing this fun print pop up in some of my favorite stores, such as Madewell and all over Instagram. This playful, yet modern print has me hooked and I'm showing you some current finds below, that have been on my radar!

1. Starting off with one of my top shoe picks are these adorable gingham slides by Jeffrey Campbell. With a white eyelet dress and your favorite tote, this would be the loveliest look for Spring. 

2. Embroidery has been a big thing this Spring season and mixing it with a little gingham makes the look twice as nice! I also love the front bow detail on this top from Zara and could see this looking polished with a pencil skirt and this stunning bamboo handbag by Cult Gaia. 

3. The best priced find by far is this adorable midi from Shein! Paired with a graphic tee like this ladybug one or a dreamy eyelet top, makes the perfect outfit for brunch with friends!

4. On the top on my wishlist is this gorgeous fuchsia Zara skirt! This would look amazing with a basic white tee and these red block heels from Target, that I've been loving so much. I adore the mix of pink and red this season and this would be another perfect look to add to the books, for sure!

5. Madewell is one of my favorite places to shop and I was so excited to see this print put onto one of my favorite skirt styles! At a flattering midi length, this skirt is "casual done right" and the button detailing on the sides add the prettiest touch. This is a highly popular item, so if you can, get your hands on this gem fast!

6. As a new arrival to Nordstrom, these Sam Edelman bow slides are the cutest, aren't they?!  I really like the larger gingham print and can see these slides going with so many Spring looks. From all denim looks to a white tee and cropped trousers, this is definitely one to check out. I surely will this weekend!

I hope you love this trend as much as I do and have a beautiful day lovelies! xo

Warmly ~

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