Draw your Polka Dots

Polka dots first became common on clothing in the late nineteenth century in Britain. Traditionally polka dots were used in the clothing of flamenco dancers and performers. Then, this particular funny pattern was associated with Carolina Herrera, who used polka dots on most of her dresses during the late 80s and early 90s, as well as on the boxes of perfume Carolina Herrera, Herrera For Men, and many others. This season, polka dots is the most avant guard trend as we see the dots everywhere from purses and day tops to night gowns. We have selected our favorite items in a wide range of background, so you can choose what fits with your style. Don’t forget to use Netrobe so you can have all your items organized in folders!

   1. Dolce & Gabbana kaftan  2. Marni leather sandals 3. Comme des Garcons leather pouch 4.  Prabal Gurung pencil skirt 5. Giulietta silk trousers


1. Pret a Surf tank top 2. Moschino bangle 3. Comme des Garcons leather pouch 4. Paul & Joe Sister shorts 5. Paul & Joe Bikini

1. Giulietta crepe dress 2. Marc Jacobs shoulder bag 3. Marc Jacobs silk scarf  4. Michael Kors silk top  5. Marni wedges

1. Michael Kors dress 2. Marc Jacobs bag 3. Charlotte Olympia pumps 4. Stella McCartney bikini


Photo Credits: Net a Porter, The Outnet, Style Frizz, Fashionologie, Vanity Fair, People, Jak & Jil, Street Style London, Suzy Ful

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