Happy Monday everyone!
The J. Crew No. 2 Pencil Skirt in Pop Art Polka Dot (also available as a dress and as capris) was supposed to be the last polka dot item I purchase for the next long while but J. Crew’s new collection has me doubting my self-restraint (also eying the wildly popular Perfect Shirt in Chambray Polka Dot).
If there is one thing that J. Crew does well – it’s its ability to take a
blasé trend and inject it into classic silhouettes. I thought I was all
polka-dotted out until I flipped through its new online lookbook and
started bookmarking pages for when a sale rolls around.
|H&M blazer (similar), Ann Taylor blouse + shoes, J. Crew skirt + bag (as a tote, or a larger or smaller purse), and Kate Spade sunglasses|
|Blythe Blouse in Polka Dot | Pleated Skirt in Polka Dot Crepe | Stretch Denim Jacket|
|Stretch perfect Shirt in End-on-End | Cafe Capri in Silky Dot|
|Cashmere Polka-Dot Sweater | Invitation Clutch in Dot | Vintage Cotton Long-Sleeve Tee | Silk Colorblock Pant | Cece Ballet Flats|
|Polka Dot Tie-Neck Dress|
|Tippi Sweater in Polka Dot | Oxford Shirt in Polka Dot | Collection Satin Pencil Skirt | Cashmere Polka-Dot Sweater|
|Tie Neck Top in Dot | Schoolboy Blazer in Wool Flannel | Edie Grand|
|Oxford Shirt in Polka Dot | Mila Dot-Print Ballet Flats | Ankle Stretch Toothpick Jean | Panama Hat|