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Fashionista NOW: How To Style A Polka Dotted Skirt?

Fashionista NOW: How To Style A Polka Dotted Skirt?

Credit | Holly Read

Polka dots are a fun print to don this season and if you’ve caught the love for the dots and have in your possession a skirt in the neutral print, here’s a quick style guide on coordinating a cool outfit with it.

I must say that dots are one of the easiest patterns that you can wear and the print is worn both by men and women. The dotted skirt trend in particular is just too good to pass over and if you too are in agreement, then you might have a skirt in mind to wear for a chill and chic outfit out on the town. Whether it’s a mini, midi or maxi, dots on a skirt are a delight. A medium to small scale dot size would be preferable if you’re a bit print-averse. And if a mix of dots in various size and colors work for your style preference, then by all means, give the print a go and work it girl.

Also, dots seem to ooze a sort of retro appeal and you can make them part of your modern vintage-esque look. Mix it up with casual tees and tops of a color or a safe neutral, pop on a pair of cat-eyed sunnies and flats or pumps of your liking, the style choices are simply endless. To get you in the mood to wear the polka dot skirt out soon, below are some of the looks I am really loving and hope that they will inspire you too! Enjoy.

Which polka dot skirt style and look would you love to wear? Share below – I’d love to know.

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