Thursday, 24 March 2011

polka dots and spotlights

Celebrated Japanese polka-dots “obsessive artist” Yayoi Kusama
Polka-dotted clothing knows no dotage, the classic pattern
became common on clothing in Britain during late
nineteenth century and never lost its playful charm.

Topshop's
Alice+Olivia's
Miu Miu's
So let's go dotty once again with next warm season's
proposals because p-ds are fun, pop, retro and feminine,
they're sight-pampering, utterly able to blur the
tediousness of a look and suitable for people of all ages.

Giles'
designer Louise Gray
Marc Jacobs'
Keep on enjoying the dotted parade.

Tsumori Kisato's
Suno's
Blugirl's
Junko Shimada's
Paul Smith's
Moschino's

2 comments:

  1. I believe that polka dots, stripes and a simple withe t-shirt are timeless.

    I'm not a fan of polka dots, I always look weird when I am wearing something with it. It looks good on other people but not on me.

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  2. I LOVE POLKA DOTS!!!!!!!!!!
    YUPPIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII

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