Credit | Dominika C.
Polka dots were spotted at Marc Jacobs Fall/Winter 2016 fashion show but if you prefer a restrained look to wearing dots, ogle these street-style approved looks.
Polka dots of the oversized variety were spotted at the Marc Jacobs’ Fall 2016 Fashion Show but mere mortals, do breathe a sigh of relieve as we can all opt for a restrained dotted look of a small to medium scale sizes that surely will be a favorite go-to just like our stripes, houndstooth and geometric prints, preferably in black and white.
Yes, I admit I still have mad love for the monochrome black and white print variety and cannot get on with the maximalist fashion bandwagon yet.
Even as I see boutiques stocking up on vibrant in-your-face patterned clothing left and right, I can only appreciate them in small doses as in a solo presence in an otherwise muted outfit. I wasn’t always this way up until last year when I decided to embrace a more minimalistic approach to dressing. My pimply teenage wardrobe used to be an explosion of strange patterns and colors and it gradually toned down in my twenties. I now happen to have entered a new chapter in my life where less is certainly more than enough.
So now, back to the subject of polka dots and how you can approach the neutral print in your everyday garb if you’d prefer a more toned down method; nothing expresses it better than the way the street fashionistas do it with their own looks, down below. Enjoy!
These Looks Will Show You How Polka Dots Are Fabulous One Piece At A Time
Polka Dot Pants
Polka Dot Blouse + Skinny Scarf
Polka Dot Jumpsuit
Polka Dot Blouse
Polka Dot Culottes
Polka Dot Skirt
Which one of these dotted looks do you see yourself wearing? Share – I’d love to know!
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