Trends From NYFW: Modernized Polka Dots

People have been wearing polka dots for a long time, and it always kind of looked the same, right? When you think of polka dots, you think of a 1960s or 1950s outfit with curled hair and red lips.

Not anymore.

This year at Fashion Week, polka dots have been reinvented to be more fashionable and casual than ever – and it’s a good thing, because they are really that cute.

Start With Your Accessories

If you are looking to add polka dots to your wardrobe without buying any new clothes, you are in luck: there are plenty of ways to do it with your accessories. Polka dots come on almost everything you can imagine: socks, hair products, jewelry, purses, and so much more.

Even if you do want to buy some new clothes, you can always add even more polka dots.

Keep It Buttoned Up

If you aren’t the type of person who likes to be whimsical, you may want to add polka dots in a way that you are comfortable with – and there is no better way to do that than with a polka dot print on something that many of us wear every day: a button up shirt. This will allow you to follow the fashion that you already know and love while still being on trend.

Add Some Fun To Your LBD

Is there anything better than a little black dress? Well maybe – the truth is that they can get quite boring. So why not add some spice to that LBD with some great, modernized polka dots? You can find dresses with this pattern in almost any style – from voluminous and romantic to slinky and clingy.

Polka Dot Pants

If you really want to take the trend and make it your own, why not add some polka dot pants to your life? There are plenty of options out there when it comes to your polka dot pants, including some that are a bit more casual and others that are perfectly tailored for business meetings.

Once again, you want to make sure that these pants are made well and the pattern falls evenly. If they aren’t made with care, they could end up being more of a fashion don’t.

How will you get down with the polka dot trend?

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