Gingham style: in Paris

Gingham has an undeniably wholesome quality. It’s emblematic of the 1950s and early ’60s, of apple pies and poodle skirts and pedal pushers. In baby blue – here in a matching outfit of cropped pants and crop top – it feels like it should be paired with light spring shoes and plenty of sun, but even so it gets by as a winter outfit courtesy a long, soft, blue coat.

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