Mood for some fabric findings i found this navy and cream canvas fabric that soon enough will form into a nice summer pants....I'll post it up once its done.....In the meantime i made this purple gingham shirt on top to cover my spring cravings.....
Generally gingham associated with a masculine, casual look such as in western shirts, or as the shirts Mods (British teenagers in the 1960s) wore (like the Ben Sherman shirt below), but if used right gingham can also add depth and sophistication to your wardrobe. The gingham shirting fabric is very comfortable to wear and due to the way its weaved is generally easy to clean (also because of the pattern being busy little spots are not as noticeable).
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How to wear: For a classic more traditional look, go with a smaller gingham pat
tern and classic color ways like blue/white or Black/white, and if you decide on other color ways just make sure the colors are close to each other, like a navy and black combo because the less noticeable the pattern - the classier. If you really feel like embracing the spring vibe and looking for some sunny bright colors...go ahead and knock yourself out ...just choose a white color combo and a mini gingham pattern, like those shirts from RL in the photos, those can be worn under a jacket with or without a tie or just simply with dark jeans.
Ben Sherman below) maybe and or even a vest.
Gap above, maybe a white T underneath, roll up the sleeves pair it with jeans but keep the shirt untucked than add a cool sneakers or funky loafers and you are good to go!