The most magical and hypnotic pattern that exists in fashion
Micro or maxi, the polka dots are not as severe as the lines, they don’t have the elegant taste of the vichy checked pattern, but they contain the romance necessary to face the season with all the style of the world.
Did you know that polka dot dresses are among the great trends of Spring-Summer 2019? And it could not be otherwise with the revival of the Eighties which dominated most of the catwalks of Milan, Paris and New York.
Polka dots are the feminine fantasy par excellence. Sexy, girly, a little lolita, a little pin up, a polka dot dress is always the right solution. Elegant but not too much, perfect especially during the day, it’s look good on all models.
But they always give a mysterious femme fatale touch, especially in the more adherent models. Inevitable red lipstick and is immediately vamp look.
The cult pieces to have in the wardrobe are ultra feminine like dresses with often transparent polka dots, long high-waisted skirts and light blouses like authentic “lady like”. The 2019 fashion asks you not to empathise with a retro lady but to give a boost to the outfit with shocking accessories, clever combinations of solid colours, stealing a male fittings from your boyfriend wardrobe. You know already what I mean 😉
Anyway keep in mind that if polka dot dresses are to be considered really chic, it is not obvious that the combination of a fashionable look with polka dots can be an easy thing to find …
A polka dot dress with white sneakers becomes a daytime outfit, while in the evening with a pair of black ankle boots, it’s always a big WOW!
Pretty Woman here we come! This polka-dot dress is by Zara and with a pair of mules it’s definetily on fire. I decided to combine this look with my favorite Clutch with red Medusa by Versace.
And the dress seems almost made to match with my fav pair of sunglasses of the 19 summer eyewear collection by Fendi. Its name is ”DeFender” and it has an innovative butterfly design. The front features flat and ciliate lenses is in optyl with a red and black polka dot pattern. The metal rods with silver are completed by the Fendi lettering and round end in the shape of the F is Fendi logo. Grey lenses its the final fashion touch.
Obviously they are Made in Italy.
In conclusion, Give me the night by George Benson is the soundtrack I love most, in a truly 80’s mood 🙂
Fashion spoiler alert
You might wonder what is that silver chain that has become a sunglasses case. Maybe even what is hooked to my clutch bag… Don’t worry, you’ll read about this cool project on my blog very very soon! 😀