How to Wear Polka Dots from a Blogger who Generally Dislikes Them - Bloggernotbillionaire

Ok so polka dots are back… yup, the ones you wore as a small child that dominated that 80’s fashion seen. I am the type of person who will try a lot of trends purely for trend’s sake but this is one trend I really can’t stomach. Initially I thought it was the associating with overly feminine girliness that just doesn’t vibe with me but Zara just did a very chic take on them for Pre-Fall 2017 and I still just hate polka dots. I guess there are some trends that just aren’t for all of us, but clearly I found a way to overcome this aversion since today I am wearing another polka dot dress.

The key for me was these are polka dots, they are mini-dots, almost like a subtle print and I can totally get on board with that! Specks of dots for the win! So maybe these aren’t real polka dots but they are a way for the 80’s dot haters among us to participate in this trend while avoiding feeling like Minnie Mouse (sorry my Disney loving friends.) Better yet it seems like a lot of retailers are embracing the mini-dot as well so while it may not be the most fashion-forward way to wear the trend it certainly is a widely accepted one.

Today’s dress is from Zara but here are some of my favorite dotted options:

Not feeling the dress perse? Try one of these fabulous alternatives where you can still get your dot fix without the dress: (The third option is YSL so clearly this is a trend!)

 

How do you feel about the polka dot trend? Let me know in the comments section below!

Mini Polka Dots and Mint Tinted Glasses as worn by Rebecca from Blogger Not Billionaire

Dress Zara | Jeepers Peepers Sunglasses | Backpack & Boots Zara

Mini Polka Dots and Mint Tinted Glasses as worn by Rebecca from Blogger Not Billionaire

Mini Polka Dots and Mint Colored Glasses as worn by Rebecca from BloggerNotBillionaire

Mini Polka Dots and Mint Colored Glasses as worn by Rebecca from BloggerNotBillionaire

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