Connect the Dots

For March, Everybody, Everywear has a brand new challenge: Polka dots!

I just so happen to love circles and have several pieces in my wardrobe that feature dots. Most are small Swiss dot patterns. That’s why I chose my black and white polka dot dress for the challenge. I usually wear this in the summer but it turns out that when worn with knee-high boots, it works as a winter dress. Depending on the climate, I could throw a turtleneck and tights underneath and really handle the weather—no matter how cold!

I thought a circle-heavy skirt needed a contrasting purse so I chose a rectangular clutch. My earrings are hoops—I know I was pushing the envelope with two extra circles, but I couldn’t resist.

polka dot dress

polka dot dress

polka dot dress

Dress: The Frock Shop
Boots: Liz & Co.
Earrings: Claire’s
Bracelet: Gifted
Clutch: Thrifted

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8 responses to “Connect the Dots

  1. such a classic color combo here–green with b&w?! i love it. and good choice on the accessories; i think you balanced it all perfectly.

  2. wow, this dress is super pretty!! i love the green trim at the neckline and the cut is very flattering.

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  3. Oh, the green looks great with the black. I like hearing the thought process of your accessories, too!

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  4. LOVE the Mod look of your polka dot dress…you look fab!!!!

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  5. SPOT ON! 😀 Lovely look! 🙂 Greetings from a fellow polka girl from EBEV! 😀

    P.S: I’m giving away a $500 FOLEY + CORINNA bag for my blog’s Birthday! Would love to see you joining the fun! 😀

  6. Lovely dress, and you’re right – the boots totally “winterize” it. Made me realize I don’t have much in kelly green.

  7. Love that dress, very out there and sassy! an almost 60’s vibe!

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  8. Thanks for all the comments! I never thought of this as a 60s mod dress – but I love the looks of that era. Groovy!

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