Examples of gingham in a Sentence
a red and white gingham tablecloth
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Last week, the pair also attended the premiere of Tucci’s film, Final Portrait, cutting elegant figures in tweed (Reynolds) and gingham (Lively).
The collection consists of breezy gingham mini-dresses that are suggestive of vintage kitchen aprons.
There's even a selection of pet products, like gingham bandannas and engraved collars, and every decor detail seems to be a nod to the nautical lifestyle of New England.
Indigo-and-white gingham tea towels will work in any style space, from a rustic farmhouse to a Mid-Century inspired cookspace like Huh’s kitchen.
Florals might command the most attention this time of year, but there's another seasonally appropriate print that automatically gets us in the spring spirit: gingham.
Kendall’s tee is tighter-fitting than Kylie’s and a gingham bikini appears to be hiding underneath.
Zucca cotton-cupro blend patchwork dress, $710 at La Garçonne, lagarconne.com; Rosie Assoulin viscose trousers, $995 at Kirna Zabête, kirnazabete.com; J. Crew mid-heel gingham mules, $138 at J. Crew, jcrew.com.
The collection will feature a range of Reformation staples from off-the-shoulder gingham dresses to frilly tops, two-piece sets, and bodysuits, all running between $78 to $218.
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GINGHAM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of gingham for English Language Learners
: a cotton cloth that often has a pattern of colored squares
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