Examples of gingham in a Sentence
a red and white gingham tablecloth
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In 2016, the DJ and It girl drew upon her affinity for vintage dresses to launch a collection of retro-minded frocks done in playful feminine prints such as cherries, flowers, and gingham.
Her western inspired Klein top was an elegant and autumnal alternative to the gingham check shirting Trump has sported, while body skimming J. Brand jeans amped up the lo-fi vibes.
Models marched past wearing neon-green jackets, metallic culottes, and sheer-pink gingham dresses.
Yellow gingham fabric draping the windows, a painting of The Last Supper hung above the kitchen table, and Southern knick-knacks hanging on the walls are still there to this day.
But gingham checks haven’t been seen on girls since Holly Hobbie went Hollywood.
Pick something light and breezy for one of the last days at the beach or a girly gingham print for a perfect picnic in the park.
The usually designer-clad Trump flew from Camp David to D.C. over the weekend wearing a surprisingly affordable $75 pink gingham shirt from J.Crew along with a pair of matching J Brand pink pants and Manolo Blahnik flats.
The French brand of preserves—made of whole fruits, not to be confused with jams, which are made with crushed fruit—and jellies is iconic for a short and stout wide-mouth jar and a bright red gingham lid.
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Origin and Etymology of gingham
First Known Use: 1615See Words from the same year
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