Prints We Love: Golden Gingham
It goes without saying that we have a soft spot for gingham– especially in pajama form!
What you may not know is that gingham has been around for centuries, dating back to the early 1800s in the US. Although gingham was once considered more of a “durable” fabric worn, as yes, a house dress and/or used for household linens, it quickly grew to become a pattern that was considered universally flattering and stylish.
From Judy Garland’s iconic blue gingham dress in The Wizard of Oz to Brigitte Bardot’s pink gingham wedding dress, all the most fashionable ladies, have strutted their stuff in gingham at one time or another. Whether you're the Queen of Pop like Rhianna strutting the streets of NYC in a pink gingham skirt suit or a real princess like four-year-old Charlotte, gingham is a timeless print that works over and over again.
We launched our yellow gingham print in our class Parker House Dress, but quickly evolved it into our organic cotton pajama sets as requested by you guys. Now you can shop this sunny print in our classic Women's House Dress, in the kid's Mae Dress and in short set pjs, too!
What other colors would you like to see in gingham?