Every girl had a polka-dot dress when she was young. The lovely vintage style has been engraved in our memories. Time goes on but the way we wear polka-dots is still affected by the traditional sense of nostalgia. Turning focus towards fashion week, polka-dots were creatively used by couture designers. Stella McCartney utilized multiple sequins to achieve a modern polka-dot ensemble. Lanvin led the polka trend by focusing on big polka-dot dresses. From hats and coats to handbags, designers showed off their twist on traditional polka-dots during the fashion week.
We are now enjoying a hot fall season in the Mid-Eastern area. Fashionistas all over campus have the chance to go back and seek inspiration from their summer wardrobes. Spotted outside library, this Fashionista showed her preppy nostalgia style by incorporating a high-rise small polka-dot short with a wide buckle belt. She chose to pair her preppy look with a pair of hot red TOMS shoes and white knit boot socks.
To keep from looking overly childish, try a polka-dot blouse in an achromatic or neutral color, such as this one from ASOS. Go with a pair of ballerina flats, which will add a feminine sense to your look. Urban Outfitters has a great patent ballerina shoe in plenty of pretty colors. Otherwise take a look at this traditional polka-dot dress, which can give you a sense of glamour. To accessorize your look, top off your look with an eye-catching pendant or headband — you could be the most trendy girl around campus.