Polka Dots in Fashion

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There are two types of people in this world: those who love polka dots and those who don’t. This post is undoubtably for the polka-dot lovers among us!


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We all know that trends come and go, but it seems that polka dots—originally made popular in the U.S. in the 1930s—are here to stay. This pattern of clothing has proven itself to be timeless, and it can be worn all year round and is easy to combine with many other types of garments.


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While some naysayers will insist that this trend is dead, many celebrities and designers have proven just the opposite. Over the last few years we have seen countless celebs sporting polka-dot-chic designs on the red carpet, and some of the world’s top designers—including Dolce & Gabbana—have included the dance-inspired pattern in their latest creations.


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If, like us, you just can’t get enough polka dots, we have good news for you: While browsing, we recently stumbled upon a great new site that we’re really excited to tell you about: www.ilovepolkadots.com. As you can tell from the name, it’s full of polka-dot-patterned clothing and accessories that are available for purchase.


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This is a brand-new site from Spain, where designers typically create only a limited supply of garments. You can almost guarantee exclusivity if you decide to buy one of their creations. So if you love original, polka-dotted clothes, this is the site for you!


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