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Fashionista NOW: How To Get Fashionably Polka-Dotted?

Polka dots are spot on this season. Read on and get yourself fashionably polka-dotted.

Unlike wild animal prints or graphic tribal and floral patterns that can turn an ensemble into a busy visual magnet, round circles are dainty and gentle to the eyes. Those who are allergic to wearing bold patterns and prints will appreciate the addition of the quietly fun polka dots precisely because they can be dressed down (or up) without creating a whirl of a fuss.

While the polka-dotted house painted by Jimmy Deitz may have been an eyesore to some people, I highly doubt the same thing can be said about the polka dots fashion trend.

Being a seasonal trend, you’ll find that polka dotted clothing is typically worn during the sunny months. While it’s been moodily rainy one moment and blazingly hot the next here in Malaysia, I think these dots make for a whimsical fashion statement that is neither too attention-seeking nor too boring, perfect for any weather.

Spotty pieces exude a retro vibe and they are appealing to the quirky vintage loving fashionistas. Depending on the size, color of your spotted pieces and the general outfit type, you can play them up to suit a distinct theme that you have in mind.

Below are a selected collection of spot-wearing fashionistas that will (hopefully) inspire you to get marvellously dotty.










Do you think polka dots are rightfully back in trend? Do you love to get spotted adorned in spots? Or do polka dots turn you off? Shoot a comment down below.

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Here on Fashionista NOW, our one and very own Miss Reverie showcases the latest in fashion trends and its various social implications in our everyday lives. You may read more of her at REVERIE SANCTUARY.

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