This is officially the summer of spotty and patterned dresses. Walking around, on trains, in the supermarket, at supper, everyone’s wearing one. There are a few day-style dresses in particular that have some things in common, they’re all pretty, breezy and cool to wear when it’s hot outside. You can wear them with trainers, shoes, heels or sandals depending on the look that you want to get and you’ll be and you’ll be comfortable¬†and lovely at the same time, without a considerable effort.
Among these styles polka dots have been steadily rising on the trend circuit since March. This summer dress is suitable for many occasion; it can be a smart casual outfit and a perfect choice for a black tie event as well.
It is, however, a timeless print with a rich sartorial history, one that is fundamental to its appeal today. As a matter of fact the modern term ‚ÄúPolka Dot‚ÄĚ comes from the polka dance craze that swept through Europe in the mid-19th century.
The meaning behind dotted fabric patterns has evolved over the years, with the very first ones emerging in medieval Europe ‚Äď though at the time, dots on clothing were seen as a symbol of the bubonic plague. Not exactly a fashion statement.
From the classic printed midi dress many cult styles have been designed.¬†One particular dress has already gone viral a polka dot dress with thousands of women spotting its virtues.
Check out our polka dot dresses and come to our showroom in London if you prefer to do a try-on with us. Otherwise just browse the dress that you like and hire it!
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