The gingham print is a favorite spring staple, not only because it looks fresh but because it does have a picnic-esque allure. Over the last seasons many designers have opted for this pattern to parade through their runways.
DVF brought the total gingham look to the spring 2015 runway.
Back in 2010, Christopher Kane played with the print on different fabrics and textures.
De la Renta also played with a total look, but with oversize squares.
Aggugini incorporated the gingham with cartoon maps.
Both Lam and Balmain took advantage of the feminine aspect of the piece in the silhouettes.
3.Combine the pattern with pieces in different colors for a more original look.
*The photos were taken from style.com, a great resource for watching all the fashion shows and looks from famous designers.