The best gingham print dresses for your Spring 2022 wardrobe. Shop the check look from New Look, Marks & Spencer, River Island and more.
The quintessential transitional print, it’s no surprise that gingham remains one of the most timeless trends to date, especially in spring and summer. Victoria Beckham, Reese Witherspoon, Holly Willoughby and Sarah Jessica Parker are among the many A-listers who love rocking gingham in the sun, and so are you.
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Marks & Spencer, ASOS, River Island, Mint Velvet and so many other fashion brands are selling gorgeous gingham dresses for the new season – and we want them all. Wear the dreamiest street designs with everything from denim jackets to colorful coats and lightweight cardigans this spring – you’re welcome!
Square neck gingham midi dress, £45, Marks & Spencer
This black and white gingham dress is selling like hot cakes, so you better act fast if you want to snatch it.
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Trendyol Gingham Smocked Dress, £40, ASOS
If you’re a fan of smocked dresses, then this ASOS gingham number is not to be missed.
New Look pink gingham mini dress, £14.50, ASOS
Reduced to £14.50 on sale, New Look’s pastel pink midi dress would look so cute paired with white tennis shoes.
Red gingham tie waist midi dress, £42, Coast
Described as imbuing ‘prairie girl charm’, Coast’s cotton-blend midi dress is the very definition of timeless.
Green Gingham Midi Dress, £149, Whistles
This lime green dress is perfect for spring. Fitted at the waist, we love the cute tie sleeves.
Gingham Midi Dress, £119, Mint Velvet
Mint Velvet’s black and white midi features a gathered square neckline bodice, flared midi skirt and long puff sleeves. The brand recommends teaming it with biker boots and a leather jacket, and we totally agree.
Green gingham dress, £89, never fully dressed
Stacey Solomon, Helen Flanagan and Kate Garraway are big fans of Never Fully Dressed, and we think we might see a few celebs sporting that green gingham design this season.
Blue Gingham Midi Dress, £55, Nobody’s Child
One of Holly Willoughby’s favorite brands, Nobody’s Child is selling this vintage-inspired gingham dress, just in time for the new season. Pair it with a denim jacket and white ankle boots when the sun comes out.
Gathered gingham midi dress, £75, Oliver Bonas
In neutral shades of green, cream and black, this A-line dress features a ruched elastic waistband, long balloon sleeves and ruffles. A versatile addition to your wardrobe, you can wear it all year round.
Yellow Gingham Bardot Dress, £40, River Island
Brighten up your wardrobe with this lovely lemon dress from River Island.
Faithfull The Brand Gingham Midi Dress, £309, Net-a-Porter
Kate Middleton always shops at Faithfull The Brand for her summer dresses, and we think she’d love this sage green gingham number from the brand.
Sister Jane Red Tiered Maxi Dress, £115, ASOS
Sure to score some compliments, we love the tie straps on this cherry red gingham dress.
Lilac gingham mini dress, £30, River Island
Combining two of the season’s biggest trends – gingham and pastels – we’re obsessed with this lilac mini dress
Green gingham mini dress, £10.20, ASOS
This green gingham print dress is so cute! Add your favorite pair of sunglasses and you’re done.
Pink Gingham Smocked Dress, £15, Boohoo
Now 25% off, Boohoo’s gingham smocked dress comes in two different colorways, pink and black.
Blue gingham wrap dress, £70, Monsoon
An everyday essential, Monsoon’s gingham wrap dress is designed to flatter your figure with its puff sleeves, cinched waist and flowing skirt.
The Lagoon Pink Gingham Dress, £365, Net-a-Porter
Crafted from an airy cotton and linen blend, Net-a-Porter recommends teaming this gingham dress with raffia accessories.
Red gingham dress, £45, John Lewis
Inspired by the 50s, this effortless gingham dress can be teamed with sandals, trainers or ankle boots this spring.
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