Thursday, July 25, 2013

Prints Charming…Kate Middleton, The Duchess in Dots…

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Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton gave birth to healthy baby boy Prince George Alexander Louis on July 22. But she also gave birth to a new-old trend: polka dots! Spotted, literally, in the cornflower blue crêpe de chine dress above, the new mother wore one of her favorite British designers, Jenny Packham.

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Is it any coincidence that Kate would be caught sporting spots, given the legacy left by Lady Di, above, who wore the same print for the same occasion 31 years ago?

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But this is not the first time we’ve seen Kate donning dots. A very pregnant Kate wore this Topshop dress, $76, to a tour of the Warner Bros. film studio in April. Within hours of her visit, the frock sold out online and in stores nation-wide! She wore the same dress again to a friend’s wedding in England.

Here are some more fashions resplendent in spectacular spots. Take a look.

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Mixing dotted patterns is a fun and fearless way to command the attention that every girl deserves! I’m loving the combination above. Talk about visual interest! Wow!

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Another example of pattern play is the dotted ensemble above. Dots are hot when combined with other prints, like flowers and hearts. Too cute.

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Seeing spots? That’s exactly the point! I just love polka dots on formal gowns. They add an air of sexy sophistication with a playful edge.

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A bright red heel adds a scarlet streak of scandal to the innocent silhouette of this tiered party dress. What a knockout! A beautiful look for summer.

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Dots transition timelessly into fall as seen on the model above. It’s haute couture with a girlish charm.

Keep your eyes open for this whimsical print. It’s making the rounds!

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