The One With The Polka Dots

Outfit with polka dots midi dress

I don't know if you agree with me, but I consider the polka dot print the most feminine out there. The word "polka" itself derives from the Polish for "Polish woman"--in Czech, it translates to "little woman or girl.
Now, we can pair our polka dots with a leopard print to add a hint of wild side and a men's belt for a masculine touch.

No sé si está de acuerdo conmigo, pero yo considero que el estampado de lunares es el  más femenino. La palabra "polka" en sí se deriva del Polaco para "mujer Polaca" __ en Checo, que se traduce como "pequeña mujer o una niña" 
Ahora, si emparejamos los lunares con un estampado de leopardo le podemos añadir un toque salvaje y con un cinturón de hombre le daremos un aire masculino. 

How to style a polka dot dress

Outfit with black and white polka dots

Outfit with polka dots and leopard

Polka dot dress street style

Stuart Weitzman Booties

Dress/Vestido: Evan Picone.
Cardigan: H&M (old)
Belt/Cinturon: Borrowed from boyfriend's closet
Hat/Sombrero: Urban Outfitters
Sunglasses/Gafas: Coach
Bag/Bolso: Posé
Booties/Botines: Stuart Weitzman 



  1. Well, I did not know that about the polka dot! And me lovin' polka dotties so much too! You look lovely as ever Carelia!

    1. I know you do and you wear them very well, Sue! Thanks Sue for stoping by.

  2. Well you know I love this! Those boots are just to great and these pictures are so very good.

    1. Of course you do! You rock this dress like no ones else can do. I love to hear from you, Ann! I hope everything is going great for you.

  3. Such a wonderful, feminine, and very Carelia outfit! :)

    1. You know it, Natalia! Thanks so much!

  4. those pony hair boots! <3



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