18th June 2018
You know some fashion trends are timeless? Like Polka Dots
Some fashion trends tend to remain forever.Like, you’ll always find people in love with denims or high heels. Similarly, Polka dots has a timeless fondness. Throughout the years, polka fashion has modified and transformed but never ran out of fashion.
Why? Because Polka dots has in it the feel of 50s elegance and a carefree,playful spirit which makes it a perfect pick up for a classy lady as well as a fun loving girl. This makes the dot fashion a part of the year’s spring-summer trends.
2018 is flaunting itself as year of fashion and glamor and is giving a constant glimpse of the Polka trend. One of the big events in the world is the VC Polo Classic which serves as a one stop destination for sports lovers and fashion freaks. The 2018 VC Polo Classic witnessed the timeless polka dot fashion in the appearance of spanish actress and model, Penelope Cruz.
Apart from this, we saw some runway Polka fashion in the Christian Dior haute couture spring 2018 fashion event where a model walked down the ramp in a black and white polka dot outfit. Even an elegant gown with dainty dots was seen shining on the runway of Rodarte Spring 2018.
But as we said, Polka dots is a classic fashion trend that will stay on top always. Associated with this dot design are some famous dresses and attires that still holds the heart of every fashion lover. When it comes to fashion, Marilyn Monroe is still considered an icon. Her famous Polka dot dress which we wore in the movie ‘The Seven Year Itch’ is still every girl’s favorite. Another iconic apparel is the white polka dot gown which was seen on 19’s beauty icon, Audrey Hepburn in the movie ‘Funny Faces’. However,the love for polka is not just in glamour world, the very epitome of elegance, Princess Diana also had polka print at the top of her list.
No doubt, everything she wore was a style in itself, but her top-to-bottom polka attire is unbeatable. Clear black dots on a white dress matched with a similar pattern hat and complemented with white and black shoes, Princess Diana upgraded the game of polka fashion during her time.