How to Style Gingham Pants

sweater – land’s end / pants – c/o land’s end / shoes – vintage dooney & bourke

Who doesn’t love gingham? The pattern is both classic and fun at the same time, and looks especially great in the navy/white combo. Gingham first became popular post World War II and has really seen a resurgence the past few years with no signs of slowing down. As most preppy styled ladies, I gravitate towards anything gingham and these pants are no exception.

When I first tried these on I couldn’t believe how comfortable they were. Pants are often tricky, and a lot of them can feel uncomfortable after a few hours (at least in my case). ¬†The waistband seems to be a little higher and the fabric is thicker, which may be why I can wear these all day and still be comfortable.

My favorite sweater is the Drifter by Land’s End. I had the sleeve monogrammed and I really enjoy that subtle touch. Reminds me of something from the 1950’s you’d cherish for generations.

When styling gingham pants, I also keep the rest of the outfit solid with a little texture (like a cable knit). I’m all for pattern mixing but this pattern is too tiny and would be hard to do so ¬†successfully. I look forward to styling these pants with a chambray shirt and red pointed toe flats as the weather gets warmer!

 

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4 Comments on How to Style Gingham Pants

    • thedressdecoded
      April 25, 2017 at 3:40 pm (3 months ago)

      check out the land’s ends ones! They carry the line at Sears if you have one locally.

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  1. Rox-Anne
    April 25, 2017 at 10:40 am (3 months ago)

    They are such cute pants! I totally agree about your approach to styling, add texture instead of another print to come up with a truly timeless outfit! xx Rox-Anne Celebrating This Life

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    • thedressdecoded
      April 25, 2017 at 3:41 pm (3 months ago)

      Thank you so much! I look forward to continue to style them!

      Reply

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